Specs Overview

  • Price (MSRP)
    $ 126,700
    Fuel Type
  • Engine Name
    Engine: Electric Motor
    Transmission Name
    Transmission, 1 Speed Automatic
  • Trim
    100D Sedan
    Standard L/100km
    2.3 City / 2.2 Hwy
  • Horsepower
  • Body Style
    Seating Capacity (Std/Max)

Safety Ratings

  • IIHS Moderate Overlap Front Test
    NHTSA Frontal Crash Rating
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    NHTSA Side Impact
  • IIHS Side Impact
    IIHS Rood Strength
  • IIHS Rear Crash Protect/Head Restraint Rating


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2017 Tesla Model S News and Reviews

World’s Greatest Drag Race 7: Which Car Will Win? The Answer Might Shock You

If Best Driver’s Car is the most exciting thing we do all year, then World’s Greatest Drag Race puts seven exclamation points at the end of that statement. WGDR has been a staple of Motor Trend’s BDC online coverage since 2011—it’s a made-for-YouTube phenomenon. For the uninitiated, imagine a simple quarter-mile drag race complicated by the addition of more than…
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Tesla Cuts the Price of its Most Powerful Models

Tesla’s most powerful and top-of-the-line models are getting a small price drop. The Model S and Model X 100D models had their prices cut by $3,500 USD while the performance variants, the P100D, received a $5,000 USD price drop for both the Model S and X. The electric car maker claims that production costs for the 100-kilowatt battery packs have…
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Tesla Model S Drivers Travel 670 Miles (1,078 km) on a Single Charge

The Tesla Model S can travel up to 335 miles (539 km) on a single charge, according to EPA estimates, but a group of enthused hypermilers managed to squeeze out double that amount in a record-setting drive. Five members of the Tesla Owners Italia club recently drove 670 miles (1,078 km) in a Model S without stopping to recharge. To…
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Almost All Cars Built in 10 Years Will Be Autonomous, Tesla CEO Says

The coming decade is expected to be a significant time for highly automated vehicles, as many manufacturers have announced ambitious goals in this area. Now, Tesla CEO Elon Musk is saying almost all cars built in 10 years will be autonomous. "It will be rare for a car to be produced in 10 years' time that is not autonomous," Musk said…
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Tesla Model Y Teased

At Tesla's annual shareholder meeting this week, CEO Elon Musk discussed plans for new products, including the Model Y. Shown in this teaser image, the Model Y is expected to hit roads around 2019. Previously, the Model Y crossover was expected to sit on the same platform as the Model 3 entry-level sedan. But now, Musk hints it will go in…
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