Tesla is broadening its color choices for customers, adding more options to its lineup. Among the recent additions are the new Tesla Stealth Grey and the previously rumored Quicksilver. These colors have now been showcased in real-life settings, demonstrating their unique characteristics, especially under different lighting conditions and angles.
The availability of the Stealth Grey is extended to the Model S and Model X in the United States, while the Quicksilver makes its official debut in the U.S. market. In Germany, the Model 3 Highland offers the Quicksilver color option at an additional charge of 2,000 EUR.
Tesla's move to introduce these new color options is in line with the company's commitment to offering customers a wider range of choices for vehicle customization. This expansion is part of Tesla's effort to push the boundaries of automotive design and cater to various preferences among its customer base.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, had previously hinted at the development of these new colors, emphasizing the use of the state-of-the-art paint shop at Giga Berlin. The introduction of the Stealth Grey and Quicksilver colors aligns with Musk's vision of creating a diverse palette of color options that go beyond the conventional.
While two of the teased colors have now become available, namely Midnight Cherry Red and Quicksilver, the Stealth Grey adds yet another multi-coat and dimensionally rich choice for Tesla customers. These expanded color options reflect Tesla's dedication to personalization and aesthetics, allowing customers to make their vehicles truly unique.