Everything Tesla Model S drivers need to know about charging an electric vehicle
The Tesla Model S, introduced in 2012, is the electric vehicle that changed the world’s perception of EVs. The large, luxury all-electric sedan combines long-range, sharp design, and near-instantaneous acceleration.
The two versions of the Model S offered in mid-2020 are the “Long-Range Plus,” providing 391 miles of all-electric range, and the crazy-fast “Performance” variant that clocks zero-to-60 mph in 2.3 seconds. The ability to thrill with acceleration like that brings down total range to 348 miles, which is still ample.
Either version of the Tesla Model S combines Maserati-like looks, BMW handling, and Mercedes-Benz comfort. The clincher is advanced Autopilot features and access to Tesla’s network of Superchargers.