The all-electric Tesla Model S is a 5-passenger hatchback offering up to 335 miles of gasoline-free range. With a huge 17-inch touch screen, available autonomous-driving technologies, frequent over-the-air software enhancements, supercar-humbling acceleration, and relatively quick recharges via Tesla’s Supercharging network, the Model S foreshadows our fast and fun automotive future.
New Features and Revisions
Tesla doesn’t do model-year specific upgrades. So far during 2019 it has reduced prices and overhauled the naming structure for the Model S lineup. Tesla also ended its Supercharger credit program in late 2018, meaning new Model S owners must now pay to use Tesla’s vehicle charging network.