Tesla Reduces Vehicle Colors

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September 11, 2018—Tesla is removing obsidian black metallic and silver metallic from its standard color choices, reported CNN Tech.

According to the report, he said the reduced choices would "simplify manufacturing."

The two colors would be available but as a special request and at a higher price.The company's service centers, which make repairs on cars already sold, will stock the paint colors, reported CNN Tech.

Tesla already charges $1,500 more for some colors, including deep blue metallic, midnight silver metallic, obsidian black metallic and silver metallic. It charges $2,000 more for pearl white multicoat and red multicoat.

Only solid black comes included in the base price for one of its cars.

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