SELL YOUR TESLA
Tesla is an American multinational company that specializes in production of electric cars, solar panels and lithium-ion battery energy storage facilities. Based in Palo Alto California, Tesla was named after Nikola Tesla, the famous physicist. Ever since its establishment in 2003, Tesla has revolutionized the auto industry with its pursuit for efficiency. We look at the three Tesla cars that have changed the electric vehicle market.
The Tesla Model S is a full-sized luxury all-electric car that debuted into the market in 2012. The vehicle is powered by a 100kWh (360MJ) battery pack and has an EPA range of 335 miles. The Model S is also a very fast covering 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. The Model S is Tesla’s best selling car and the world’s best selling plug-in electric car with more than 200,000 having been sold as of 2017. Save for Nissan Leaf, Tesla Model S is also ranked the best selling electric car. Available in 3 versions, the 75D, 100D and P100D, the Tesla Model S is quite popular in the US, Europe and most recently the UAE.
The Tesla Model X is a mid-sized all-electric luxury crossover SUV. Even though the prototype of the Model X was first exhibited at the Tesla design studios in 2012, it was not until 2015 that the first deliveries officially hit the market. The Model S borrows heavily from the Tesla Model S and besides the platform, it also uses components that were derived from Model S. The EPA rating for this five-door, 3-row SUV is 237-295 miles. As of 2016, Tesla Model X was ranked the seventh best selling electric car in the world.
Tesla Model 3 is a mid-sized luxury all-electric four-door sedan that was launched in 2016. This electric sedan has an EPA rating of 220 miles for the standard battery and 310 miles for Long Range Battery. It also comes with an autonomous driving feature that can be used in future. Tesla adopts a minimalistic look on the dashboard which features a cent5ral LCD touch screen.By the first week of launching, Tesla had 325,000 reservations and the company has had problems keeping up with the demand.