Please note: Only ships to the Contiguous 48 States at this time. You will not be able to complete check-out with this item in your cart if you're outside of the US - sorry :-/
Cover up the slightly out of place wooden dash with our amazing real carbon fiber dash 'cap'. Available in a deep gloss and stunning satin/matte finish, this is a premium upgrade for your Model 3, which just take 10-15 minutes to do! If you're looking for a lower-price option, then we also have our vinyl wrap kits.
This cap fits directly over the existing wood (or white/black) dash strip on the Model 3, and ships with replacement dash-trim end pieces to ensure a great fit. Everything is made from hand-finished genuine carbon fiber (in a 2x2 twill wave, the same as used by Tesla on the spoilers and S/X dash trims). The gloss finish adds a stunning depth to the finish, and if you have the factory piano black finish on your center console, would be a good match. The satin/matte finish has a beautifully smooth and luxurious appearance, without being 'in your face'; just a very classy look.
Ships in a sturdy wooden box, with the dash cap, end pieces, adhesion promoter and gloves. If you don't have a trim removal tool, please watch the video before purchasing to see if you think you need a spudger.
Please watch one of the short videos before attempting the install, and please note the following:
- The dash cap is a fragile piece. Please move it around using the box it arrives in, and once you start to fit it, have someone else on-hand to help ensure the end doesn't knock into anything
- Ensure the surface of the dash is warm, this will help with adhesion. If you're installing when the weather is cold, please ensure the car is pre-heated, and the dash itself feels warm to the touch
- If the weather is cold, the optionally it doesn't hurt to use some masking (painters) tape just to hold it down while the adhesive takes hold.
- We also provide an adhesion promoter. This is optional, but we do recommend it. It does, however, mean that if you opt to remove the dash cap at a later date, some of the wood might lift as well. The good news is you can buy an entire new dash from Tesla for around $200, and it's quite easy to switch out the dash assembly.