Tesla’s $130 Trunk Mat
Both the Tesla mat and the ToughPro mat are great, but the Tesla one comes up on the side for more coverage and protection. -davidalai src
ToughPro’s $80 Trunk Mat
Motor Trend universal fit floor mats – trim to fit
You can trim each piece to get a perfect fitting, however I just put them and they fit perfectly without a real need to cut them.
I might let them stay for a while to take the shape of the car and then adjust but I am not sure this will be necessary. source
- In fact I like that the cargo overlap on the side to protect the trunk walls.
- For the driver side, the left dead pedal area is slightly covered, but I don’t think that I will need to make a cut.
- For the rear, currently the mats are covering part of the front seats rails. I will see with usage, but unless I need to move back
all the way the front seats, in my current situation the front seats doesn’t touch the rear mat.
I like the fact that the rear mat is a single piece, and the side cover also the bottom of the rear door wall.
Budget Frunk Mat Option
Tesla owner bluhorshue ended up buying a rubber doormat, and cutting it to fit. For only $10, it doesn’t have a raised rim, but because of the cost savings, and the infrequent use of the frunk, he’s ok with it
I just bought a Weathertech generic trunk mat for $10 at Costco today. The rubber material seems high quality, yet was easy to cut to shape. I think it turned out great.joebruin77