Richard’s Performance Model Y

California, USA

Richard is one of our first customers to equip his Performance Model Y with our Comfort Adjustable Suspension and we’re extremely pleased to hear how much he is loving the ride. How good does that paint look?! Thanks for your support Richard! The Model Y is quickly becoming a strong focus for us here at MPP as it is such a versatile platform. Towing, racing, off-roading, what can’t this vehicle do!?

So after about 100+ miles I can say with certainty: the driving experience is completely transformed. As mentioned in my previous post, one of the first things I noticed was the absorption of road imperfections. While that is still a huge enjoyable improvement, I’m now enamored by the confidence in handling. I find myself pushing the Y more than I ever did on the MYP springs.

Richard Okimura

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