“It was an honor for me and the company that Prince Albert presented our project. And you could see that he was sincerely impressed by the design and the novelties introduced by our company,” said General Director of LARTE Design Alexey Yanovskiy.
After the official unveiling of the car, the Prince was able to sit down and experience this new package for the ultimate electric car first hand. As he sat in the cabin, he was able to enjoy the fine leather and Alcantara interior, as well as the contrasting stitching, seat belts and more. This car is definitely well suited for a prince.
On the outside of the car, LARTE Design put in some serious work. Additional carbon fiber panels on the fender flares, side sills and trunk lid add a more sporty look, as do the new front and rear bumpers. What’s truly exciting about the new front and rear bumpers is what they were made from: basalt fiber. This new material is produced by melting and extruding crushed basalt into fiber without adding any other chemicals. This fiber is able to withstand heat, has vapor permeability and is resistant to chemical agents. Additionally, it is also vibration resistant, making it a perfect fit for body panels. And, of course, basalt fiber is very light; the weight of the entire Elizibeta package weighs in at 28 lbs.
Another exciting inclusion in the Elizibeta package for the Model S is the set of forged 22-inch wheels.
To add to this package’s exciting look, LARTE Design is also working on increasing the power of the car up to 900 hp while maintaining its current energy consumption. This is a feat we cannot wait to see come to fruition.
LARTE Design will be showing Tesla Model S Elizibeta package in the near future in a white finish, so be sure to stay with us for more info or check their Facebook page to see where they will be next. To learn more about the new package, visit LARTE-Design.us or click the button below.
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