P 8,781; 85kWh performance; VIN 8950; Multi-coat Arrest-Me Red; Tan interior; Carbon fiber decor; Pano roof; 21" silver wheels; Tech package; Sound studio package; Active air suspension; Parcel shelf
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The biggest difference I've noticed is that the entire headliner in the Performance cars is Alcantara.
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I have been told by multiple store employees that all headliners will be alcanatra (including my P60) - is this not the case?
Production headliner was supposedly microfiber.. I think it was neroden who was commenting on the different headliner materials.
I have definitely seen two different headliner materials in the demo cars, and I have on one of my videos from the Palo Alto event a brief snippet of a Tesla person demonstrating the difference to another customer.
However, perhaps things have changed, and they are all Alcantara now. I'd be delighted if so -- the headliner in my friend's Sig Performance was very nice.
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(The other material was more of a woven textile, by the way.)
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Does anyone know whether cleaning the Alcantara will be a problem, particularly with the tan interior? Sorry, showing some ignorance here, but it seems like it would stain easily relative to leather. I may have that totally backwards since it's a microfiber.?.?
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