2011 Tesla Model S


Electric car: Tesla's Model S comes in, to fulfill dreams for the future: an emission-free large-capacity production sedan in the most refined design, which leaves no scope in terms of comfort and desires - is this possible? A car that is already two years before his millions in sales volume production, everything seems possible. Whether the noble Tesla electric car can deliver what it promises, we will learn later than 2011.

The exterior of the Tesla Model S shows unmistakable resemblance to models of the British luxury brand Aston Martin . This tribute to the British car maker probably indicates that represent the Tesla developers not only a high demand on the driving performance of their product, but is also seen in a tradition of vehicle manufacturers, for whom the best is just good enough.
Future ability to show the drive system: The Tesla electric car scores with a powerful electric drive, which speeds up the spacious four-door in just six seconds from zero to one hundredth

For energy storage, there are several options available that will make the later production version probably noticed in pricing: Choice of 260, 360 or at most 480 kilometers of roads, the Tesla electric car with the respective lithium-ion battery pack cover - which allows scope for commuters and long-distance drivers.The Model S does 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds, and will have an electronically limited top speed of 130 mph.


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