so it sounds like i need to go and talk to the area manager? i really don't want a black tesla. i'm looking at white tesla and tan interior.In my market Uber provided a document the Uberblack/SUV requirements. Document had all the standard requirements listed out included with black on black, but at the bottom there is statement that the area manager has the right to approve vehicle outside of standard requirements. So you may be able to get your vehicle approve this process.
Also we have a Ford Flex and Audi that are approved and they are silver in color.
It goes back to the original concept of "black car service" which referred specifically to limousines (which are traditionally painted black, very occasionally white). Now it refers to any "luxury" service automobile. Though Uber seems to have taken the term quite literally in its requirement that cars actually be all black, inside and out. Typical aspies.What does that actually mean anyways uber black?