This week I had the chance to borrow a friend’s Model S whom had the official Tesla centre console installed at the service centre. (Which is a negative IMHO by the way since Uniconsole can easily be installed and removed by the user without any tools necessary. See the installation video here.)
Whilst driving the car I decided to compare my Uniconsole’s size to the official Tesla one, as that was the first critic we had when we launched. Our promotion photos for our products which were shot in a dark interior Model S may make it seem like it is a narrow console but on the contrary, capacity and loading opening is quite large. Here are the photos for comparison;
Interior Load Capacity Lenght: 40cm vs. 48cm
Width of Loading: 11cm vs. 14cm
Loading Bay Lenght: 25cm vs. 21cm
EVRest Uniconsole’s loading capacity is only marginally smaller than of Tesla’s, still having great capacity for your everyday clutter. After all a centre console is as good as it can hold everyday clutter as well as tidying it up well. If tidying up and looking good isn’t that important you might as well use without a console.
Anyway, I wanted to share these comparison pictures to make it fairgame for potential buyers. Preorders are still on. Place your order now on a Uniconsole!