TSportline launches new Zero-G and Überturbine style wheels for Model 3 and Y – save $50 [Deal]

Tesla Model 3 and Model Y owners will soon be able to sport some Zero-G or Überturbine style wheels from TSportline for a much cheaper price than the originals.

TS5 Wheels

Tesla released the 21″ Zero-G wheels earlier this year, which were given to owners who had won them as part of an earlier referral program. They were made exclusively for the Model 3, and can also be purchased directly from Tesla for the low price of $7,200 CAD ($5,500 USD), which includes Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires.

The TS5 wheels from TSportline are much cheaper, starting at $1,340 USD ($1,780 CAD) for the 18″ versions, up to $2,060 USD ($2,736 CAD) for the larger 20″ wheels. They come in three different colours – Cyber Silver, Satin Grey, and Matte Black.

They are available for pre-order now for the Model 3 and Model Y, with expected delivery in November. For a limited time, shipping anywhere in the US or Canada is included for free. You can also use the link below to get your exclusive coupon code to save $50 off your purchase.

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TSportline TS5 colours

TSV Wheels

This wheel is perfect for those who have wanted the Überturbine wheels for their Model Y, but didn’t want to sacrifice the range loss from the larger 21″ wheel.

The TS5 comes in 19″ and 20″ options, ranging in price from $1,860 USD ($2,471 CAD) to $2,060 USD ($2,736 CAD). Only two colours are available, Sating Grey and Matte Black.

TSportline TSV colours

These new wheels looks very similar to the Überturbine wheels, but have 12 spokes instead of 11 found on the originals.

Pre-orders are open now, also with expected deliveries beginning in November. You can also use the link below to get your exclusive coupon code to save $50 off your purchase.

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Let us know in the comments below if you’re thinking of ordering these new wheels for your Model 3 or Model Y.

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