The Tesla Model S gets the top score from Consumer Reports, beating out all of the other gasoline and electric cars!
A battery-electric car that accelerates quicker, drives farther and charges faster than any other on the market, the 2012 Tesla Model S is a work in progress whose capacity to evolve is more revolutionary than the fact that it's an electric car.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk in Talks With Google to Develop Self-Driving Cars by Morgana Matus Tesla Motors has long worked towards producing the car of the future, and the Model S may well be the perfect electric vehicle for the middle class. If getting 265 miles per charge wasn’t enough to certify the sedan as an example of cutting edge technology, CEO Elon Musk recently told Bloomberg that he was in talks with Google to develop an autonomous driving system.
Tesla Model S - The electric car that shatters every myth- These guys are serious about demolishing every obstacle that stands in the way of the electric car. Range anxiety? Gone. A large (optional) 85-kWh battery realistically yields 200 plus miles with no pampering. Slow acceleration? Gone. We clocked a zero to 60 mph sprint in 4.6 seconds. Tight accommodations? Gone. The interior feels as roomy as a large luxury sedan, such as a Mercedes-Benz S-Class
2012 Tesla Model S: 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds. Top Speed of 125 mph. Est. price $49,900.00
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