Tesla has been the first company to offer mass-produced, all-electric vehicles, that look good. And with these good looks many are looking to improve the looks of their Tesla. One way to do this is to change the logo of the silver Tesla logo on your Tesla. While many are satisfied with the plastic silver logo on their Tesla, many want to take every step needed to make their Tesla unique. So here are all of the various ways that you can change the color of your Tesla logo.
Tesla Emblem Customization
The most obvious option many think of is just taking off the plastic logo and replacing it with one made from another material. Whether people want a more substantial aluminum one, or a shiny chrome one, or even a lightweight carbon fiber one. You can even remove it entirely if you’re looking for a completely sleek and clean look. Another option is that if you break your logo you are able to get a replacement from a Tesla dealer.
Here, just as with the rest of the car, you can vinyl wrap your logo. This will allow your logo to be the exact same color as the logo on your hood. You could also specifically not wrap it to create cool contrasting colors that make your Tesla pop. Or you could wrap your logo specifically a different color for the same contrasting effect. This is accomplished the same way a wrap is done on the body of your car. A vinyl film ca be in many shades and colors so that you can create the perfect combination.
This option is sprayed on like spray paint but it has the easy removability of a vinyl wrap. This way it is a great DIY option for those who want to make sure that the job gets done right. And just like paint it comes in various colors and is able to protect your logo very well as it puts a layer of rubber between your logo and the environment.
One less obvious option that works just as well is just painting your logo. You can use any color of spray paint to change your Tesla logo. Spray paint is cheap and easy to use however there are some cons. First, if your paint gets on the part of the body where it wasn’t supposed to go, then you better get rid of it before the paint dries otherwise you will have to undergo a process to remove the paint without damaging your car underneath. Another con is that if you want to change colors, it is harder to do than if you plasti-dip it or vinyl wrap it.