2015TeslaModel S

Tesla Model S

Proof That An Impressive Sport Sedan Doesn't Need To Burn Dead Dino Juice One-hundred years from now, the Smithsonian museum at our nation's capital will host a display of history's most revolutionary automobiles. The collection will include the 1866 Dudgeon steam wagon (one of the earliest…

- Reviewed by Michael Harley

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2015 Tesla Model S
MSRP: $69,900 - $104,500
2014 Tesla Model S
MSRP: $69,900 - $93,400
2013 Tesla Model S
MSRP: $69,900 - $89,900
2012 Tesla Model S
MSRP: $57,400 - $105,400
This time around, Tesla updating low-end Model S in a different way

The 70D Has A 'True 70-kWh Battery Pack'

Instead of limiting the 85-kWh battery pack, Tesla will make a new 70-kWh pack for the Model S 70D.
Things to think about when parking your Tesla Model S for a long time

'Vampire Drain' May Cause EV To Lose Three Percent Charge Each Day

Tesla Model S may lose more range than advertised when parked for an extended time.
Tesla adds Model S 70D with all-wheel drive to lineup for $75k*

Tesla has a new entry-level model in its lineup with the Model S 70D that combines the all-wheel drive, dual motor system and a 70-kWh battery pack. It all starts at $75,000*.

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2013 Tesla Model S
$79,000 / 26,146 miles / MD
2012 Tesla Model S
$69,000 / 26,032 miles / MD
2013 Tesla Model S
$72,000 / 9,341 miles / MD
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