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Tesla refreshes Model S front seats with sleeker, roomier design like Model X

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Tesla has upgraded with the Model S front seats using thinner design that facilitates better utilization of inside cabin space and comfort that was greater and a thinner.

A picture of the refreshed Model S front seats can be found at Tesla’s upgraded online configurator. They seem flatter than the preceding iteration, with the headrest looking integrated using the backrest, and seat bolsters that seem to become wider. These enhancements bring it nearer to the seat design of the Model X, if not exactly the same.

But beyond the adjustments to comfort and aesthetics, there are other excellent reasons for your update.

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The Model S Gen 1 seats used between 2012 and Q4 of 2014 included variations of standard performance, fabric and leather seats. Together with reports from owners citing aid and seats being firm, Tesla rolled an second-generation seat in late 2014. The Gen 3 or Next Gen Seats was launched in 2015 that featured a more sport-like design, using flatter headrests and much more conspicuous bolsters. These will later be daunted by Tesla’s own Gen 4 seats, called Tesla Premium seats that were produced in house from the new seat mill  in the time.


Tesla Model S Updated Front Seats (Source: Tesla)

To reduce risks due to provider constraints that finally contribute to production bottlenecks, Tesla resorted to bringing generation starting with Model 3. Tesla in its own 2018 Q4 update, noted that its manufacturing crews managed to hurdle that the bottlenecks and were able to stabilize Model 3 generation at high volumes, making headway to become one of the best-selling passenger automobiles at the United States.

In addition to finding efficiencies in Tesla’s manufacturing process, having the ability to share parts between the firm ’s lineup of goods also reduces the number of variants customers can dictate, thus also slowing the production line itself.

Later on, Tesla may also present new seating material as suggested with a new patent to some fibrous foam design that may further streamline the production process by carrying away with much more laborious and antiquated manufacturing procedures.

Tesla Model S is defined to undergo a substantial powertrain update in late 2020 when the Plaid variant goes in to production. It will have three electric motors and enhanced architecture that will not be prone to power throttling problems as commonly found using all the P100D trim. Musk mentioned on Twitter that the Plaid Model S will be expensive but cheaper than the Porsche Taycan Turbo S, which begins at $180,000 before alternatives.

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