After lots of testing, we're really excited to present our vinyl wraps for your Model 3 center console! If you have a Model 3, it can't have escaped your attention that piano black finish is a total fingerprint magnet, and easily scratched. While other companies utilize the 3M 1080 series for their vinyl kits, we have gone a different direction by incorporating 3M DI-NOC into ours. The DI-NOC series provides a higher grade vinyl that is more resistant to scratches and distortions. If your are looking to spice things up in your Model 3, our vinyl kits will both protect and enhance the appearance of the console with some really cool finishes.
- 3M 1080 & DI-NOC Finishes
- Each piece is precision-cut for a perfect installation
- Set includes 3 pieces: Top, center, and cup holder pieces
- 'No tears' installation guarantee
3M Center Console Vinyl Kit: 1080 & DI-NOC
Ships in 1-3 business days
Q. I screwed up one of the pieces. What can I do?
A. The DI-NOC vinyl is really forgiving, and if there's a crease or stretch, applying some warm air (from a hair drying, or even leaving your car in the sun) can often restore its original shape and allow you a do-over. But, if a piece of your vinyl kit is truly damaged beyond repair, you can take advantage of our 'no tears' guarantee and we will send your first replacement piece completely free. If you need more than one piece, then you will be charged $10 for each additional piece.
Q. I'd like another color/finish
A.While we will be rolling out several new finishes in the upcoming weeks, feel free to contact us and we will see if we can help you get the look you want for your Model 3 console!
Q. Does it completely cover all the piano black plastic?
A. If fitted perfectly, yes. In reality, a completely perfect application can be challenging, but all the lines and curves are smoothly cut, and even if there's a little bit of the piano black showing through, the sharp edges will ensure it's not noticeable.
Q. Can this be removed?
A. Yes, easily. The longer the vinyl is there, the stronger the bond becomes, but it can always be removed without causing any damage to the original piano black finish. Just lift an edge, and start to carefully pull it away at a sharp angle.
Q. I'm not sure I can do this
A. If you're hesitant, check your local vinyl and window tint shops to see if they can assist you. Otherwise, feel free to contact us and we will help you out in anyway we can.