• Sep 24, 2012
We head back to Silicon Valley to drive Tesla Motors' long-awaited Model S. This all-electric sports sedan pairs a stylish exterior with a futuristic interior, featuring a 17" touchscreen. Chief Designer Franz Von Holzhausen explains how this groundbreaking EV came to be.

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      cre8vtv
      • 4 Days Ago
      A stunning car, but Tesla missed the mark on it's price point. The 50K car is a DOG, and the car most want is the "S"... at 80K WAY out of the price range of most people who want an EV. I'm betting on Tesla failing in the next 5 years without a better solution at a fair market price point. Why would anyone by a Tesla EV at 80K-100k, people in this price point are buying Porsche, Aston, Ferrari.... and DON'T care nearly as much about cost of gas or being energy efficient.
      • 4 Days Ago
      Is the music featured between 00:15 and 00:34 available for consumer purchase? Because it was really, really awesome. :D
        • 4 Days Ago
        http://www.xtortionaudio.com/#!home/mainPage "K.I.L.L.", also featured in the Looper trailer. Hah!
      • 4 Days Ago
      Love the interior. The design is ok compared to Fisker.
      • 4 Days Ago
      wow...there should be one in every house hold!
      • 4 Days Ago
      Prices will come down and performance will go up as time goes on. This is merely the start of the electric age. I'm a die hard car guy...I love the roar of my cars and I can totally appreciate what this car offers. Eventually as prices come down I could see myself wanting something like this for local driving.
      Lab Rat
      • 4 Days Ago
      HOLY SOUND LEVELS BATMAN. I damned near went deaf when this vid buffered up.
      Lachmund
      • 4 Days Ago
      groundbreaking! finally americans being innovative again. thank you