The Model 3 is a truly futuristic electric vehicle that many people choose for its distinctive exterior, convenient interior, 100% fuel economy and certain other features. If you own a Model 3 or have at least seen one, you will certainly agree that it does not look commercial at all. So, the regular heavy-duty rubber floor liners will not look right in the Model 3 interior. Below are 3 floor mat brands that offer products that will look right in your Model 3.
- Lloyd mats. This is one of the leading US manufacturers of custom carpet and rubber floor mats for cars, trucks and SUVs. Pros: you can order floor mats with embroidery, select the color of binding and even have your own name embroidered on your mats. There is over a hundred of colors for the floor mats Lloyd offers. Cons: Lloyd mats are custom made, so are non-returnable. Also, this manufacturer Carrie’s flat floor mats only and does not have floor liners with the raised edges. Details: https://forums.tesla.com/forum/forums/lloyds-mats
- 3D Maxpider. Their Kagu floor liners are claimed one of the best investments for the Tesla Model 3. Pros: these floor liners are rubber and feature foam middle layer, which makes them durable yet soft. Their design is sporty yet classic, with carbon fiber exterior. 3D shape allows keeping dirt and moisture inside. Cons: as of now, Kagu floor liners for the Model 3 are available in black color only. Details: https://floor-liners.com/floor-liners-by-make-model/tesla-model-3.html
- Weathertech. This is a floor liner brand with years of excellent reputation and millions of happy customers. Pros: great fit, 3 color choices (black, tan, gray). 3D shape with raised lips makes Weathertech floor liners a great choice for those, who want to avoid spills on the factory Model 3 carpeting. Cons: many Tesla 3 owners note, that Weathertech looks too heavy-duty for this vehicle. Details: https://www.weathertech.com/tesla/2019/model-3/