ADRO announced a new carbon fiber body kit for the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y. Carbon fiber body kits reduce drag and improve battery range in electric vehicles. Plus, they are lightweight and sleek upgrades popular in sports cars. ADRO’s carbon fiber kits for Tesla are even better than average carbon fiber.

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Available in summer 2022, ADRO (Aerodynamic Development Race Optimization) is offering carbon fiber customs for the newest Tesla Model 3 and Model Y. It uses dry, super-premium prepreg carbon fiber instead of the more common “wet” option. Dry carbon fiber is extra lightweight and has quality control that assures it has optimal strength. While you often see the shiny epoxy-rich, wet carbon fiber in high-end luxury or sports cars, dry carbon fiber is something usually seen in track cars.

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Additionally, the carbon fiber upgrades are available for preorder now. It includes a carbon fiber front lip, two side skirts, a rear diffuser and a carbon fiber spoiler. Aerodynamic testing shows that the ADRO kits reduce vehicle drag by 4.4% for the Model Y and 3.2% for the Model 3.

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These upgrades improve handling and acceleration, while reducing energy consumption for more sustainable driving. The ADRO Tesla Model Y starts at $68,490, while the smaller Model 3 starts at $52,490. The carbon fiber kits cost $5,500. Keep in mind, ADRO just sells the body kits, so you will also want to check out which Tesla model you want to order on their website. Or if you already have a new Tesla, check out ADRO’s Tesla body kit features for ordering.

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The latest Model 3 Long-Range has a range of 358 miles, while the performance model has 315. The Model Y Long-Range has a range of 330 miles, with the performance model clocking in at 303. Acceleration of both performance models is in the 3.1 to 3.5 second range, while long-range models go from zero to 60 in 4.2 to 4.8 seconds. Top speeds all are in the 130 to 162 mph range.


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