Tesla sells more than just cars. Here are some of the company's surprising 'lifestyle' products, from wireless chargers to surfboards.

  • Tesla makes some additional revenue through the use of its name and brand.
  • Tesla often releases new, sometimes-limited-edition lifestyle products, like phone chargers and even surfboards.
  • We’ve compiled all of the popular lifestyle products Tesla has sold recently or currently.
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Tesla sells a lot of products that aren’t just cars – and people seem to love them.

Last summer, Tesla released 200 limited-edition surfboards, priced at $US1,500, which sold out in just one day. The carbon-fibre surfboards featured the same paint used on Tesla’s cars, in a similar livery.

Tesla also unveiled wireless chargers for smartphones last year; those sold out within a day as well. Tesla said they use “the same design language used in our energy products, like Powerwall.”

We decided to round up all of Tesla’s popular lifestyle products and notable merchandise from the past and present. Take a look.

In 2018, Tesla started selling $US65 wireless smartphone chargers, which quickly sold out.


Tesla sells other phone chargers as well. The Powerbank is a portable charger, and the Desktop Supercharger is modelled after a Tesla car charger.


Your kids can have a Tesla of their own, before they’re old enough to drive, thanks to this $US600 Model S replica for kids.


The Model S for Kids is made for Tesla by Radio Flyer.

The pint-sized Tesla Model S is battery-powered, fully customisable and comes standard with cool features like a built-in MP3 player.


In 2018, Tesla also notably put surfboards up for sale — just 200 of them, priced at $US1,500 apiece — and they sold out in less than a day. Some were posted on eBay, going for more than twice the price.

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Tesla also sells tiny diecast 1:18 scale models of the Model S, which go for $US250 each.


Tesla offers some custom mugs and thermoses, including a $US35 mug showing the “Starman,” which was the mannequin that Tesla dressed in a space suit that shot into space riding an actual 2008-model Tesla Roadster.


And of course, there’s plenty of branded clothing, like shirts and hoodies.


Tesla sells various styles of baseball-style caps …


… as well as beanies.


To see a list of all of Tesla’s clothing products, click here.

Tesla continues putting interesting products in its stores from time to time — but there’s still no Tesla-branded flamethrower. That was a Boring Company product, merchandise for another one of Musk’s companies.

Justine Ezarik

(The Boring Company makes hats, too.)

Sean Wolfe contributed to an earlier version of this story.

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