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Driving 140 to 335 Range Depending On Battery Size
Limited to Unlimited Free Supercharging
0 to 60 times range between 2.27 to 5.1 seconds
Supercharging time average 15-25 minutes
Cost of ownership $0.03 to $0.08 per mile
Tesla Model S Up To 4 Passengers (Full Size 4 Door Sedan)
Lowest Rollover Risk
The Safest Car
Model S achieved the highest safety rating of any car ever tested, and set a record for the lowest probability of occupant injury—from front, side, rear and rollover accidents. Model S sets an industry standard for performance and safety. Tesla’s all-electric powertrain delivers unparalleled performance in all weather conditions—with dual motor all-wheel drive, ludicrous acceleration and the highest safety rating of any car ever tested. Highest storage capacity in its class. With over 30 CU-SF, the Model S has almost more room than an SUV.
Tesla Model 3 Up To 4 Passengers (Midsize 4 Door Sedan)
Low Center of Gravity
Built for Safety
Safety is the most important part of the overall Model 3 design. The metal structure is a combination of aluminum and steel, for maximum strength in every area. In a roof-crush test, Model 3 resisted four times its own mass, even with an all-glass roof: that's the same weight as two full-grown African elephants.
Tesla Model X Up To 6 Passengers
Lowest Rollover Risk
The Safest SUV
Model X is the safest SUV ever. Built from the ground up as an electric vehicle, the body, chassis, restraints and battery technology provide the lowest probability of occupant injury.
Supercharging Map (This Map Does Not Include General Charging Options)
Unlike the traditional gas, diesel,or premium fuel car; Tesla vehicles allow you to navigate the United States with a push of a button. This takes away the inevitable worry gas car drivers undergo when searching for the nearest gas station let alone the limited availability of premium or diesel stations. There are over 11,000 Superchargers and over 300,000 places to charge in the United States. More than double the amount of gas stations. (110V-120V, 220V-240V Power Outlets Included Within Data Provided By: EIA.GOV)
All of Tesla vehicles allow you to navigate cross country while the vehicle directs your to the necessary charging stops as-well dictated the time allotment for each stop to recharge to necessary capacity to continue your trip. Un-plug planning from your long distance roadtrips and save time for memories.
With Tesla mobile application you can monitor your recharging progress and receive a notification when your battery is ready to support the rest of your travels.
Supercharging is free for select Models produced from 2012 to 2016. New vehicles offer 1,000 miles of supercharging per year for free. Vehicles such as the Model 3, require you to pay to charge at a going rate of $0.10-$0.25 per KWH depending on the location of the Supercharger.