Tesla Model S Overview Updated January 22, 2018

Tesla Model S

First volume production car developed from the ground up by Tesla

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The Tesla Model S is an all-electric luxury sedan and the first vehicle developed from the ground up by Tesla. The Tesla Roadster was the first vehicle developed by Tesla, but it was based on a chassis by Lotus.

The Model S start at $66,000 for the Model S 60 base version and can go up to $130,000 in the US for the all equipped Model S P90D with Ludicrous mode.

The range varies from 210 miles to 284 miles.

You can read our latest stories on the Tesla Model S below:

Tesla Model S Stories January 22

Earlier today in Culver City, California, a Tesla Model S rear-ended a fire truck at a reported speed of 65 mph while the vehicle was on Autopilot, according to the driver. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories January 19

Today, Tesla introduced a new 21″ wheel for the Model S with an updated version of its Turbine wheel design – pictured above. expand full story

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Tesla Model S Stories January 16

Tesla’s all-electric Model S is becoming increasingly popular with police departments around the world. The Los Angeles Police Department and the Denver Police Department are both using Tesla vehicles, and Scotland Yard is also considering it.

The Luxembourg police also announced that they will be using the Tesla Model S and we now get a first look at the cars as they have started fitting them with police equipment. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories January 12

I like my Tesla Model S, but there are still a few things that I would change, like seats with more comfortable side support and the capacity to stop bullets from high-powered rifles and handguns.

But in all seriousness, some people actually do require vehicles with that level of protection, which is why there are aftermarket armoring companies. One of them claims to have built the first bulletproof Tesla Model S P100D – an all-electric armored vehicle. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories January 11

Tesla’s electric vehicles are becoming increasingly popular with police departments all over the world, but now even a fire department got on board. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories December 28, 2017

With every passing year, Tesla is proving the naysayers wrong by not only surviving but increasingly solidifying its position in the automotive market and energy industry.

2018 is shaping up to be another record year for the company and today we take a quick look at what we expect from Tesla for the year. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories December 27, 2017

It doesn’t feel right calling the Tesla Model S P100D a “supercar” since it takes the form of a family sedan, but it does perform like one on the drag strip.

The all-electric car does compete with supercars and it recently had a good challenge from the new Acura NSX. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories December 20, 2017

What is it with all those extreme Tesla Model S modifications lately? After a Model S with fuel cells and a new Model S station wagon, we are now seeing a Model S stretch limousine.

Update: We have received new information that leads us to believe that vehicle is in worst shape than they are leading us to believe. See the end for the update. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories December 18, 2017

Major automotive suppliers are trying to keep up with the industry’s transition to electric propulsion. Bosch recently said that it is looking to invest in battery production and now Magna plans to expand its electric powertrain offering.

Earlier this year, they built a Tesla Model S prototype with 3 motors.

Now they plan to bring it to CES to showcase their latest electric motor technology and released a cool video of some of the tests performed on the vehicle. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories December 17, 2017

We have been talking a lot about a Tesla station wagon lately since not one but two aftermarket modification companies are working on it.

Now one of those two companies has completed the very first working Model S station wagon. expand full story

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