The Tesla Model S, Tesla’s flagship vehicle, is without a doubt one of the most coveted cars on the road. It is also one of the quietest interior cabin experiences. It is one of the fastest cars and one of the safest cars on the road today. So, what on earth could be wrong with this electric wonder? Not much other than it is difficult to get your hands on one of the 2018 models.
With no tailpipe emissions and all electric powertrain, the Tesla Model S is currently king of the EV market. For the last three years, the electric car market has been graced with and ruled by one of the most technologically advanced machines on the planet.
Tesla has placed charging options worldwide, which allows for drivers to anticipate the need to charge away from home. They have given drivers several charging options for home as well. This vehicle can be charged to drive the full 335 miles of range within 3 hours.
How does all of this help the environment? Less greenhouse gases, less drain on the power grid and more seating than your average EV all compile together to make the Tesla a marked improvement over the fossil fuel burners.
The Model S seats five people and two children comfortably. The touchscreen is an amazing 17 inches, giving users quite a display of technology. It is equipped with wi-fi connectivity, interior LED lighting, Bluetooth pairing, keyless ignition, and most of all of the other options that luxury cars offer.
In addition to the list, it offers a glass roof, made of darkly tinted panels. It also offers advanced noise engineering, feeling and sounding like the inside of a recording studio. The noise dynamics are exceptional, giving the industry’s most quiet ride available.
The aerodynamics of the Tesla Model S are off the charts when it comes to any vehicle, gas or electric. Given that the drag on most EV cars needs to be significantly reduced in order to accommodate the battery drain, Tesla kicks it up more than a few notches.
Its performance is considered amazing with a 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds acceleration. With a 100 kWh battery, it can comfortably handle the estimated 315 mile range.
Starting at around $75,000, you can drive gas free with a Tesla, but you will be less than 1% of the population which affords such luxury. Cars like this are not for the economy minded, nor the budget minded, but for the high minded.
If you want range, Tesla is your car. You may find with its ability to handle long distances like it does free of the constraints of fossil fuels to be quite refreshing. But, don’t expect its price tag to balance out your gas savings right away.
The Model S is equipped with Autopilot which provides an easier driving experience, giving assistance with some of the stressful parts of driving. It actually received one of the highest safety ratings of any car on the roads. In the future, it is said to be able to provide self-driving capabilities. In the present, it is one fine electric car.