Tesla Model S Overview Updated March 29, 2018

Tesla Model S

First volume production car developed from the ground up by Tesla

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August 2013 - March 2018


The Tesla Model S is an all-electric luxury sedan and the first vehicle developed from the ground up by Tesla.

The Model S is now offered only in all-wheel-drive with dual motors.

75 kWh and 100 kWh battery pack options are available and all cars come with Autopilot hardware.

New buyers using a referral code get free access to the Supercharger network and owners giving out referrals get different prizes depending on the round of the referral program.

You can use our code: http://ts.la/frederic5610

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

Tesla Model S Stories March 29

Today, Tesla issued a voluntary recall on all 123,000 pre-April 2016 Model S vehicles over a bunch of bolts on a powering steering component made by Bosch. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories March 25

Everything points to Porsche positioning the Mission E, its first all-electric, to compete against Tesla’s Model S, but now CEO Oliver Blume claims that it is not the case.

The executive said that ‘Tesla is not a benchmark for us’ even though Porsche was spotted benchmarking the Mission E against the Model S just a few months ago. expand full story

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Tesla Model S Stories March 12

Tesla has been increasingly relying on its mobile service fleet to improve its coverage as its customer fleet is rapidly expanding.

The automaker even developed a new custom Model S mobile service vehicle in order to phase out the use of gas-powered vans in its service fleet and now we get a closer look at the vehicle. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories February 21

When it comes to Tesla’s delivery delays, almost everyone is talking about the Model 3, but today the Model S and Model X delivery delays are more interesting.

Tesla increased the delivery wait times for new orders of both vehicles – claiming that high demand is creating a backlog. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories February 16

The argument that electric vehicles pollute just as much as gas-powered vehicles because they consume electricity produced from dirty energy sources, like coal, has been looming over electric vehicles for a long time.

It has been debunked on several occasions, but a group has taken an interestingly different approach to show the difference. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories February 12

Last month, Tesla updated the Model S’ online design studio to add a new 21″ wheels with an updated version of its Turbine wheel design.

Now Tesla made the wheels available in its aftermarket store with new pictures – giving us a closer look at the new design. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories February 1

Tesla was supposed to add Model S and Model X vehicles to its paid Supercharger access program back in January 2017, but it delayed the move. They even retroactively extended free access to some owners.

It was supposed to happen again this month, but the company announced that they are still delaying it through a change in the owner’s referral program. expand full story

Tesla Model S Stories January 29

Tesla CEO Elon Musk promises yet another upcoming software feature “coming soon” to the automaker’s fleet: automatic adjustment of the sound system based on wind and road noise. expand full story

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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