The 2017 Model S is a 4-door “fastback” sedan built by California EV startup Tesla Motors. The Model S comes with four choices of battery capacity: the 60kWh pack rated for an EPA estimated range of 210 miles, the 75kWh pack for an EPA estimated range of 249 miles, the 90kWh pack for an EPA estimated range of 294 miles, and a new 100kWh pack for an EPA estimated range of 315 miles. The Model S will accelerate from 0-60 in as little as 2.5 seconds (P100D with Ludicrous Speed Upgrade) and has a top speed of up to 155 miles per hour (90D and above). The Model S can seat up to 7 (5 adults + 2 children) with optional rear jumper seats. Recharging at home will take 4 hours from a Tesla charging station. Tesla announced in January 2017 the newest addition to the Model S family: the Model S 100D. The 100D features an EPA-rated range of 335 miles and a zero to sixty time of 4.2 seconds.