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Carbon Fiber Dash Cap for Model 3 & Y


All Model 3 & Y
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Stock Update: We've been working on new packaging to make it UPS-proof, and we're finally there. We expect to have full stock of both finishes in early November.

Cover up the slightly out of place wooden dash with our amazing real carbon fiber dash 'cap'. Available in a deep gloss and stunning satin/matte finish, this is a premium upgrade for your Model 3, which just take 10-15 minutes to do! If you're looking for a lower-price option, then we also have our vinyl wrap kits.

This cap fits directly over the existing dash strip on the Model 3/Y, and ships with replacement dash-trim end pieces to ensure a great fit. Everything is made from hand-finished genuine carbon fiber (in a 2x2 twill wave, the same as used by Tesla on the spoilers and S/X dash trims). The gloss finish adds a stunning depth to the finish, and if you have the factory piano black finish on your center console, would be a good match. The satin/matte finish has a beautifully smooth and luxurious appearance, without being 'in your face'; just a very classy look.

Each dashcap ships with two end-caps that match the grey finish of the dash, use these to allow the additional space needed by the dash cap.

Ships in a world-proof(!) box, with the dash cap, end pieces, adhesion promoter and gloves. If you don't have a trim removal tool, please watch the video before purchasing to see if you think you need a spudger.

Please watch our short video before attempting the install, and please note the following:

  • Use the included adhesion promoter before applying the dash cap.
  • The dash cap is a fragile piece. Please move it around in the box it arrives in, and one you start to fit it, have someone else on hand to help ensure the end doesn't knock into anything
  • Ensure the surface of the dash is warm, this will help with adhesion. If you're installing when the weather is cold, please ensure the car is pre-heated, and the dash itself feels warm to the touch
  • Pay particular attention to the front edge of the dash cap (where it meets the aluminum trim), ensuring the sticky strip is stuck down all the way along.
  • If the weather is cold, then optionally it doesn't hurt to use some masking (painters) tape just to hold it down while the adhesive takes hold - leave it in place for 24-48hrs.