How will you mod your Mach-E?

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not a fan of the wheels but also not a fan of spending a lot of money! I really like black wheels and the premium I'm getting doesn't come with black wheels. when I was younger I would plasti dip but I think I'm over that now so we'll see if there are affordable aftermarket black wheels after it comes out
I'm hoping that Ford will offer up some cheap wheel options like GM did with my Camaro's and the Vette I had configured but opted out for for now.
 

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What kind of mods have people been doing with Teslas? Probably see a lot of overlap there.
Some of the most common mods I've seen are:

Vinyl wrapping the door handles, window trim, badges
Tint
Lighted badge
Protective film
Painted brakes
 

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Rust proofing and yearly touch-up applications to make the vehicle last as long as those suggesting "lifetime". Especially true when one lives where snow and road salt usage is common.
 

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Here's what I'd do...driving lights like the '68 Shelby...and paint it orange.
Orange MachEDrivingLights.jpg
 

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So the XPEL is over a wrap? You don't have any exposed paint? Or just the hood is wrapped?

My understanding is UV is supposed to pass through XPEL in order for the paint to fade at the same rate as non-XPEL covered areas. Have you noticed this to be true?

When you say you wax are you talking about the XPEL too? Or do you just wash it and that's it?
Apologies for the much-delayed response. I decided the topic of PPF was rich enough that it likely deserves it's own thread, and have answered there.
 
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