90D 4dr All-Wheel Drive Hatchback 2016.5
2016 Tesla Model S

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The Tesla Model S is an electrically-powered performance sedan. It does not have an internal combustion engine and therefore uses no gasoline and produces no emissions. Its lithium ion batteries can be recharged with electricity in your home, and a mobile connector allows you to charge from any available 110v or 240v electrical outlet. The Tesla Model S comes with one of four basic powertrain choices. The standard Model S comes with 60-kWh or 85-kWh battery options. The 60-kWh version is powered by a 380-horsepower electric motor and has an EPA certified range of 208 miles. The 85-kWh Model S ups the range to 265 miles and is also available in all-wheel drive "D" configuration, which further increases the range on the car by five miles. The Model S Performance also comes with two motors and all-wheel drive. However, the new performance model now makes an almost-ridiculous 691 horsepower, meaning that the top-of-the-line Model S offers acceleration that supercars can only dream of. All three versions will go from 0?60 mph in under six seconds, but the Performance model is the quickest with a 0?60 time of just 3.5 seconds. The standard feature list is extensive on the Model S, and includes 19-inch wheels, a 200-watt stereo system, Alcantara headliner, driver seat detection sensor for start/stop functionality, LED map and rear reading lights, Wi-Fi readiness, and the 17-inch touchscreen in the dashboard. Other interesting options include a glass panoramic sunroof, two rear-facing jump seats, a 580-watt stereo and 21-inch wheels. An optional tech package consists of xenon lights, memory seats, a power rear lift gate, keyless entry, a high-definition back up camera, GPS navigation and electrochromic side mirrors. For its 2016 lineup, the Model S receives a minor front-end restyling, a new chrome strip along the rocker panel, and a rear diffusor.
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The Tesla Model S is an electrically-powered performance sedan. It does not have an internal combustion engine and therefore uses no gasoline and produces no emissions. Its lithium ion batteries can be recharged with electricity in your home, and a mobile connector allows you to charge from any available 110v or 240v electrical outlet. The Tesla Model S comes with one of four basic powertrain choices. The standard Model S comes with 60-kWh or 85-kWh battery options. The 60-kWh version is powered by a 380-horsepower electric motor and has an EPA certified range of 208 miles. The 85-kWh Model S ups the range to 265 miles and is also available in all-wheel drive "D" configuration, which further increases the range on the car by five miles. The Model S Performance also comes with two motors and all-wheel drive. However, the new performance model now makes an almost-ridiculous 691 horsepower, meaning that the top-of-the-line Model S offers acceleration that supercars can only dream of. All three versions will go from 0?60 mph in under six seconds, but the Performance model is the quickest with a 0?60 time of just 3.5 seconds. The standard feature list is extensive on the Model S, and includes 19-inch wheels, a 200-watt stereo system, Alcantara headliner, driver seat detection sensor for start/stop functionality, LED map and rear reading lights, Wi-Fi readiness, and the 17-inch touchscreen in the dashboard. Other interesting options include a glass panoramic sunroof, two rear-facing jump seats, a 580-watt stereo and 21-inch wheels. An optional tech package consists of xenon lights, memory seats, a power rear lift gate, keyless entry, a high-definition back up camera, GPS navigation and electrochromic side mirrors. For its 2016 lineup, the Model S receives a minor front-end restyling, a new chrome strip along the rocker panel, and a rear diffusor.
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Retail Price

$89,500 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine
MPG 95 City / 106 Hwy
Seating 5 Passengers
Transmission 1-spd auto
Power 417 @ rpm
Drivetrain all wheel
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