The Tesla Model S mid-size luxury sedan was the brand’s first mass-market vehicle. As is Tesla’s way, it’s driven by a high-powered battery and electric motors.
What’s New/Key Changes From Last Year
There are no major changes to this year’s Model S, but its base price increases by about 30 per cent.
The Model S starts in Dual Motor AWD trim, and you can upgrade to the more powerful Plaid variant.
Tesla fits the Model S with adaptive suspension, 21-inch wheels, a 17-inch touchscreen, a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, three-zone A/C with cabin pre-conditioning, a 22-speaker stereo, glass roof, and an 8.0-inch rear-seat display. There are also front and rear heated seats, ventilated front seats, ambient lighting, a power tailgate, auto-dimming/power-folding side mirrors, key-as-a-phone technology, and navigation. The Model S also comes standard with Tesla’s Autopilot driver assist technology.
A premium option adds live traffic visualization, satellite maps, video and music streaming, “cararoke,” and an internet browser.
Tesla’s energy consumption estimates for the Model S are 1.9/2.1 Le/100 km (city/highway) for the base model, and 2.0/2.1 Le/100 km for Plaid models.
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