Tesla Model S: Top Secret Car Collector’s Garage
Tesla’s Model S sedan was the first mass-market car to prove that electric vehicles could be fun-to-drive, eco-friendly, viable as everyday transportation, and even useable for long trips.
The Model S, which earns a spot on our Editors’ Choice list, does all that even better for 2021. Depending on which trim you choose, the Model S can travel up to 412 miles on just one charge and deliver blistering acceleration performance that rivals some of the world’s best supercars. Tesla now sells more practical and more affordable models such as the Model Y SUV and the Model 3 sedan, but the Model S remains the flagship of the brand. Its interior is spacious for four adults but doesn’t live up to the luxury price tag. With increased pressure from rivals such as the Porsche Taycan and the upcoming Lucid Air, the Model S is no longer in a class of one, but for some buyers, the car’s athletic chassis, Ludicrous driving mode, and exceptional range are enough to sell them on the Tesla EV lifestyle.
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- Engine, Transmission, and Performance
- Range, Charging, and Battery Life
- Fuel Economy and Real-World MPG
- Interior, Comfort, and Cargo