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article imageTesla decided to sell a limited release surfboard

By Lisa Cumming     Jul 29, 2018 in Business
Tesla has decided to invest in an alternative mode of transportation — the carbon fibre-reinforced surfboard, with a matte and gloss finish.
TechCrunch reported on the arrival of the $1,500 surfboard late Saturday night. Only 200 boards are to be produced.
Apparently the page disappeared for some time after all the boards were sold — yes, it's already sold out — but has since been put back up.
Tesla decided to sell a $1500 surfboard  and only made 200.
Tesla decided to sell a $1500 surfboard, and only made 200.
Tesla
The product description from the page mentions that this board uses the same finishes used on Tesla cars.
"Designed by the Tesla Design Studio in collaboration with Lost Surfboards and Matt “Mayhem” Biolos, surfboard shaper for World Surf League Championship athletes. The Limited Edition Tesla Surfboard features a mix of the same high-quality matte and gloss finishes used on all our cars. The deck is reinforced with light-weight “Black Dart” carbon fiber, inspired by the interiors in our cars, and featuring tonal logos in subtle contrast gloss."
Tesla decided to sell a $1500 surfboard  and only made 200.
Tesla decided to sell a $1500 surfboard, and only made 200.
Tesla
The board, 6’8” in length, apparently fits "inside or outside" of the Model S, X and 3 vehicles.
Tesla decided to sell a $1500 surfboard  and only made 200.
Tesla decided to sell a $1500 surfboard, and only made 200.
Tesla
Including tax, according to one Twitter user who priced it out, the board sat at about $1638.75. Customers were quick to snap up the boards and will be receiving their purchases sometime within the next two to 10 weeks.
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