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Tesla has slashed prices on its official car wrap color selection and added a new ‘Satin Abbyss Blue’ for Model 3 and Model Y.

After years of teasing, Tesla decided to release its own ‘color paint protection film’, which is more commonly known as a wrap, late last year.

The automaker has been known for having a limited choice of paint colors on its electric vehicles. It led many owners to go to third-parties for wraps.

Since October, Tesla is now offering its own wraps done by official Tesla installers.

We noted that they were quite expensive when they launched between $7,500 and $8,000.

Tesla has now slashed the prices between $5,700 and $6,000:

It’s still on the expensive side depending on where you get your wraps, but it is much more reasonable now.

Furthermore, Tesla added a new ‘Satin Abyss Blue’ color to the lineup:

Tesla is still limited on where it can install those wraps. It only sells them through the app so that it can directly let owners know whether or not they are eligible to get one.

Interestingly, Tesla also says that it ran out of ‘Rose Gold’ wraps, which was probably the most interesting/unique color of the collection.

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MuskWire TLDR:

Tesla has recently reduced the prices of its official car wrap color selection and introduced a new color option called ‘Satin Abyss Blue’ for Model 3 and Model Y. In the past, Tesla owners had limited choices for paint colors on their vehicles, leading many to seek third-party wraps. However, Tesla started offering its own wraps through official Tesla installers since October last year. Initially, these wraps were quite expensive, priced between $7,500 and $8,000. However, Tesla has now lowered the prices to a range of $5,700 to $6,000, making them more affordable. Additionally, Tesla has added the new ‘Satin Abyss Blue’ color to its wrap lineup. However, the availability of these wraps is still limited, and Tesla only sells them through its app to determine eligibility. Interestingly, Tesla has also announced that it has run out of the ‘Rose Gold’ wrap, which was one of the most unique colors in the collection.