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Elevate Your Tesla Experience: Ground Clearance Reimagined

Tesla Model Y

Tesla Takes Terrain: The Rise of the Shanghai-Crafted Lift Kit

In a world where electric vehicles (EVs) are rapidly becoming the norm, a new niche has arisen - EV off-roading. Although the Tesla Cybertruck's arrival remains anticipated, off-road aficionados with a penchant for Tesla's green machines have been seeking other avenues for their adventures. This thirst for more rugged EV experiences is what's driving companies to innovate, and in this arena, ground clearance is the name of the game.

Tesla Model Y Lifts the Bar

Late in the preceding year, Delta4x4, hailing from Germany, introduced one of the pioneering lift kits tailored explicitly for the Tesla Model Y. This package elevated the car by three inches, combining a 1.3-inch spacer kit and enhanced tires. Still, for those who wished to thrust the boundaries even further, a new contender has entered the ring.

Enter Pu.Labo's Game-changing Kit

Pushing the envelope, the Pu.Labo lift kit seeks to revolutionize how Tesla enthusiasts perceive off-roading. This ingenious package, birthed on the fringes of Shanghai, promises an impressive up to five-inch elevation for both the Model Y and the Model 3.

For a $15,000 investment, customers are treated to:

  • Twin add-on subframes catering to both front and rear axles.
  • Refined upper and lower control arms.
  • Fresh spindle gussets.
  • A versatile set of coil-over shocks, courtesy of Pu.Labo. These shocks are adjustable, offering lifts ranging from two and a half inches to the aforementioned five inches. For those into the specifics, a wheel's maximum travel sits at a commendable eight inches.

Commitment to Excellence

Pu.Labo isn't merely about throwing together parts and hoping for the best. This Chinese startup stands by its product, having subjected it to extensive tests. From navigating terrains of thick mud and shifting sands to audacious jumps (check out the video), the kit proves its mettle. While some might raise an eyebrow at the $15,000 tag, early adopters can snatch it for $12,000.

Value Proposition: Pu.Labo vs. Delta4x4

On paper, Delta4x4's €960 (approximately $1,000) lift kit seems the economical choice. But a closer look reveals the breadth and depth of what Pu.Labo brings to the table. It's not just about elevation; it's about a holistic off-roading experience. The visuals underscore a machine designed to conquer.

Your Thoughts?

As the Tesla off-roading ecosystem evolves, choices abound. But, is the Shanghai-crafted Pu.Labo setup a worthy investment? We're keen to know. Chime in below with your insights on this electrifying off-road transformation.


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Tuesday, 21 May 2024