The car sold for between $95,400 and $105,400. They promise a driving range of up to 265 miles per charge. Tesla has more than 10,000 people registered to purchase one the cars and all have made $5000 deposits. The big question is after the first 10,000 people get their cars, where will customers come from.
Tesla's Model S P85 can vault from zero to 60 MPH in 4.2 seconds or so, pretty good for a luxury car with no pistons. Tuning outfit Saleen thought it could top that, though, and has come up with a new version called the Foursixteen. The company al ... Source: Engadget
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There's a little bit of everything today, from the cost of filling up with hydrogen to problems with Consumer Reports' Tesla Model S test car, as well as a minor (but important) distinction for the Chevrolet Volt. All this and more on Green Car Reports. If you're an electric car fan, mark your calendar: National Drive Electric Week i ... Source: Hybrid SUV Reports
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