Tesla-enthusiasts, get ready for the Model S, Tesla’s vision for the new family sedan! We know it has been a long wait, but Tesla’s second brainchild is finally here. Over the past 3 years, Tesla has earned a reputation for defying expectations. They started off with a bang with their first model, a snappy little all-electric sports car called the Tesla Roadster. The Roadster has proven to be one of the fastest, coolest, and most eye-catching electric vehicles on the market, and Tesla isn’t stopping there.
Equipped with a 17” touchscreen, navigation system, rear-view camera, and seating for seven, the standard Model S is packed with features, and starts at $57,400. Upgrading to the Model S Performance, Signature, or Signature Performance models offer even more perks, such as Active Air Suspension, which continuously responds to road conditions by either lowering to increase aerodynamics and range, or raising to conquer snow or steep slopes.
The pièce de résistance of the Model S is its advanced battery system. If you plan to purchase a Model S, you will have the option of a 40, 60, or 85 kWh battery with a range of 160, 230, or 300 miles at highway speeds, respectively. By offering such a generous range and top speeds between 110-130 mph, Tesla fully expects Model S owners to drive this car with a smile on their face.
The Model S Signature and Signature Performance models are expected to release this Summer, with the standard Model S and the Model S Performance following through Fall and Winter. All Model S models are eligible for $2,500 through the Clean Vehicle Rebate Project, a $7,500 Federal tax credit, and HOV lane single-occupant access. With upwards of $10,000 in incentives, the Model S is a tempting option for those looking for style, speed, and high-tech details in their plug-in electric vehicle.
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