MPP Model Y/3 “Smash Me” Front Skid Plate

(3 customer reviews)



Just a few left, more in production!


Planning to hit the trails? Protect your sensitive bits!

  • Protect the leading edge of your battery, coolant hoses and drive unit
  • Laser-cut from 1/8″ Aluminum
  • Made in Canada
  • Flush with the OEM bumper and battery for optimal aerodynamics
  • Stainless steel hardware that will never rust
  • Bolt-on installation in 20 minutes.

Fits these vehicles: All Model Y’s, all Model 3’s.

Available on backorder

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Part of the fun of having a Tesla Model Y is the ability to either go really fast on the racetrack – or adventure off the beaten path. When you’re considering hitting the trails it’s not a bad idea to protect the bottom of the chassis with a bit more than the plastic undertray. In addition to the brittle coolant hoses situated in front of the battery, there is also the drive unit and high voltage wiring to protect. With the encouragement of our friend Brian from i1Tesla, we went ahead and designed a skid plate that would offer tons of protection while being affordable, easy to install, and without any compromises.

As we all know aerodynamics, are critical to the efficiency and range of the Y. With this in mind, we ensured the plate sits flush with both the front bumper at the front and the battery case in the back so that drag is not impacted in any way. Low profile hardware is used to further reduce any aerodynamic disturbances.

When it came to the design of this “Smash Me” plate, we carefully studied the OEM undertray and designed ours to fit just as well as stock – nicely slotting into the cutouts in the OEM front bumper and mating up to the rear fender wells as cleanly as possible. The plate is 1/8″ thick so it will take something pretty mega to puncture this plate! And as you’d expect from MPP, the hardware supplied is all stainless steel, so it will be rust free for the life of the car.

Our MPP skid plate installs in about 20 minutes, after which you’ll be ready to hit the trails! Go on, smash it! And for those of you with Model 3’s that like to hit the trails, you’ll be happy to know that this fits the Model 3 as well – thanks Elon!

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Installation instructions here.

Additional information

Weight2.5 kg
Dimensions30 × 9 × 4 cm

3 reviews for MPP Model Y/3 “Smash Me” Front Skid Plate

  1. Mountainlover

    Ordered two M3/My skid plates for my Y and a friend’s 3. Both of us are quite happy. Friend had driven over road detritus on interstate and severed his cooling lines. He loves the peace of mind the metal plate gives over the plastic stock one. I ordered the skid plate for extra protection when taking the Y on potholed trail head roads. My tire guy installed while rotating wheels, and said it took 30 mins max. He pointed out that the plastic stock plate was buckling due to air intake above it, causing some possible drag. No way to really know, but certainly having the MPP plate has not decreased range, and alleviates worry about bottoming out and/or running over something. Two thumbs up.

  2. Thai Nguyen

    Took 3 weeks to get to me because of backorder but that’s fine, I knew that going into it. Packaging is fine, just a cnc sheet of aluminum. No installation instructions. In theory it’s a pretty straight forward install but it took me a little bit to figure out how to install. The rubber bumper is too long even when I screw it in all the way so it had a slight bulge when installed. While the holes are enlarged for easier fitment, mine did not line up. Possibly due to me car or the rubber bumper I mentioned earlier so I drilled 2 holes a little bit larger to fit the 2 holes that didn’t line up. I used the existing hardware, and not the supplied hardware, because the original has large washer and I felt like it would be more secure.

    • Sasha Anis

      Oops sorry about that, the instructions are posted on the tech center, but we’ve now added them as well to the Product Page. Thanks Thai!

  3. ncryptd

    This skid plate should be a factory part, instead of the flimsy piece of plastic Tesla installed. One install tip: Be very careful removing the 10mm screws on the front edge of OEM cover. The captive nuts are crimped into plastic. Loosen them very slowly with as little force as possible. Using any kind of electric or impact driver will cause the captive nuts to strip the plastic and become unusable to attach the new plate. Also the two large factory nuts, near the back, are 15mm.

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