Mevotech Releases Tesla Model S Steering, Suspension Parts

Mevotech Releases Tesla Model S Steering, Suspension Parts

Release includes complete front-end steering and suspension coverage for the 2020-2012 Tesla Model S.

Mevotech, a North American market leader in the engineering, design and manufacture of driveline, steering and suspension aftermarket parts, announced today the release of the first-to-market complete front-end coverage for the Tesla Model S.


“No longer OEM only, Mevotech Supreme Chassis and Control Arms are the premier choice for a comprehensive aftermarket repair alternative on the Tesla Model S EV platform,” said Richard Stothers, vice president, Engineering & Research.

Designed to restore the original vehicle performance characteristics and extend service life, the new front end coverage features:

  • Anti-corrosion coating for longer part service life;
  • Fastening hardware included in the box for reduced installation time; and
  • Exact Original Equipment performance.

Professional technicians can now choose from Supreme ball joints, control arms, stabilizer bar links, inner and outer tie rod ends for the more than 250,000 2012 and newer Tesla Model S vehicles in the United States and Canada.

Mevotech Supreme Chassis and Control Arm extended service life replacement components are also available for PHEV (Plug-In Hybrid Vehicles), HEV (Hybrid Electric Vehicles), and BEV (Battery Electric Vehicles) from:

ChryslerFordGMHonda/Acura
Hyundai/KiaMitsubishiNissan/InfinitiSubaru
Toyota/LexusAudiBMWVolkswagen

To learn more about Mevotech, watch an overview video here. Sign up to receive monthly Mevotech updates, including new product releases, webinars, videos and animations, tech tips and more here.

You May Also Like

FCS Introduces 42 New Numbers in May

Complete strut assemblies, shock absorbers, shock absorber assembly kits and suspension struts for popular VIO applications are included.

FCS Automotive announced the release of 42 new numbers in May, including:

8 Complete Strut Assemblies (936,389 vehicles in operation)

6 Shock Absorber Assembly Kits (2,696,801vehicles in operation)

16 Shock Absorbers (6,245,071 vehicles in operation)

12 Suspension Struts (2,135,974 vehicles in operation)

Philips Ultinon Drive 5000 LED Lightbar Line Expands

Lumileds has expanded the Philips Ultinon Drive 5000 series to include eight models.

DMA Adds New BrakeMaster Coverage

New coverage for Ford and Chevy includes popular pickup trucks and SUVs.

Akebono Expands Severe Duty Disc Brake Pad Kits

Akebono said it expanded its severe-duty ultra-premium disc brake pad line by 14 new part numbers.

GSP Releases New CV Axle Part Numbers

GSP said 14 new CV axle part numbers are in stock and ready to ship.

Other Posts

Blink CEO to Present at Energy, Power & Renewables Conference

The event is scheduled for June 17 at 1:10 p.m. ET.

Do EVs Require Special Brake Pads?

Proper brake pad selection is crucial for EVs to ensure consistent stopping power and long pad life.

Honda Launches Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle in Ohio

Production of the 2025 CR-V e:FCEV fuel cell EV begins at Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville, Ohio.

Automotive, Mining Sectors Meet for Battery EV Conference

The 2024 BEV In-Depth conference explored the EV battery supply chain and zero-emission vehicle advancements.