UNPLUGGED PERFORMANCE TEAMS UP WITH OMAZE TO GIVE AWAY A CUSTOM TESLA® MODEL S® PLAID S-APEX TO SUPPORT THE JUJU FOUNDATION
We’ve recently completed work on our latest custom build, the Unplugged Performance Tesla® Model S® Plaid S-APEX and partnered with fundraising company, Omaze, to give it away – with taxes and shipping included – to one lucky winner, with donations supporting the incredible work of NFL superstar JuJu Smith-Schuster’s JuJu Foundation.
This particular S-APEX build took the already electrifying Tesla Model S Plaid, the fastest accelerating production car ever (0-60 mph in 1.99 seconds), and supercharged it with copious amounts of luxurious and sporty upgrades.
Among many other additions, this Unplugged Performance Tesla boasts a 19-piece pre-preg carbon fiber wide body kit, 21” UP-03 wheels, a sports-dynamic air suspension lowering kit, carbon ceramic brakes and a satin-white vinyl wrap. If you’re going to drive a car with supercar stats, you might as well have one that looks the part.
Inside, for the first time ever in any vehicle, you can find a gorgeous cognac-colored von Holzhausen vegan Banbū Leather™ interior – comfortably putting you in the driver’s seat of the apex of style, speed and luxury.
As with all of our custom builds, each one is configured to its own specifications – making them a one-of-one – and the only way to get this one, is to enter for a chance to win it at omaze.com/CustomTesla.
The JuJu Foundation is a nonprofit organization founded by Kansas City Chiefs and former USC wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and dedicated to the support of youth initiatives and lifting the spirits of those in need. These initiatives include; JuJu’s Great Bicycle Giveaway, which provides bicycles and locks to underserved youth around the country and in American Samoa during the holiday season; JuJu’s Children’s Music Fund, which creates greater accessibility to musical instruments and teachers to underserved youth; and the JuJu Foundation Scholarship Program, which will provide scholarships to students facing economic hardship.