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Tesla Now Taking Orders fo the Model S 4-Door Electric Sedan

Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S

Tesla is now accepting advanced orders ( reservations ) for their next generation of fully electric car.

 The Model S  has a range of 300 miles between charges and boasts a 5 minute battery change. The vehicle can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph  in 5.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 120 mph.

Base Price is listed as $49,900. Deliveries will start in 2011

To place your order visit the Tesla website



Model S

Model S


  • 120 mph top speed
  • Sport sedan dynamics
  • Pure electric
  • 2X as efficient as hybrids
  • Proven powertrain from leading EV Mfr.
  • 17 inch infotainment touchscreen
  • Seating for 5 adults + 2 child seats
  • Unique hatch for oversized items
  • 60/40 flat-folding rear seat
  •  2nd trunk under hood
  • Up to 300 mile range
  • 45 minute QuickCharge
  •  Charges from 120V, 240V or 480V
  • 5 minute battery swap

From the Company:

The Model S powertrain features a liquid-cooled, floor-mounted battery pack and a single-speed gearbox, delivering effortless acceleration, responsive handling and quiet simplicity — no fancy clutchwork or gear-shifting required. Model S costs about $4 to fully charge – a bargain even when gasoline is $1 per gallon. You can listen to Pandora Radio or consult Google Maps on the 17 inch touchscreen with in-car 3G connectivity

Model S offers 100 percent torque, 100 percent of the time without jerky shifting and a fraction of the noise and harshness of internal combustion engines. This smooth and constant power delivery, combined with the sporty handling of the chassis and suspension, leads to a superior driving experience.

Three battery pack options offer a range of 160, 230 or 300 miles per charge. With the 45 minute QuickCharge or a 5 minute battery swap, you can drive from LA to San Francisco, Washington to New York or take even longer road trips in about the same time as in a conventional car.

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