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.

  • Vehicle Type: Cars, Four-Door Liftback
  • Drivetrain: EV
  • Electric Range: 210 mi
  • Top Speed: 155 mph
  • Number of Seats: 7
  • Connector Type(s): Other, Tesla
  • Price (USD): $66,000
  • Vehicle Website: Model S | Tesla Motors
  • Sources: Model S Specs Sheet
  • CVRP Eligible
8 comments on “Tesla Model S”
  1. bill bess says:

    I own a 2014 S85 a great car and represents the future of private driving. I am also in line for a Tesla 3. I will be all electric by 2020. I urge you to look at these cars and also the Chevy Bolt

  2. Dr. Bob Reinke says:

    Drove our 2017 P100 D to Fremont to visit school friends and tour the manufacturing plant weft on the day the film paint protection was finished. No problems, and on one day got over 400 miles on a single charge. Rides smooth like it is on air–come to think of it, it is. This is our third Model S after a 2012 signature–that we gave to our son and he took the vacation to California with us. Our second was a 2015 P85 D. Never any problems other than a GM driver hitting us in the rear at 75 MPH. His car was hauled away in 3 pieces we drove our lightly damaged Tesla home and until it was repaired.

    Will never drive any other American car again…

  3. Rudi says:

    I’ve driven my TMS for 30k mikes and had no issues. Battery is on 229 miles down from 232. Spec is 230.
    The car is a dream. The supercharger network enables Tesla to dominate the EV market.

  4. Mark Tucker says:

    SEATS 7??
    Ummm, not sure where the specifications came from

    1. John U'Ren says:

      Hi Mark,

      The Tesla Model S has an option for two additional rear-facing seats in the back. In its standard configuration, it seats 5 in a conventional seating arrangement; however, with the rear-facing seats the total increases to 7.



  5. Stephen Russell says:

    Love to buy Used IF price is right, saw 2013 for 49K

    1. Chris says: is a good aggregator of used Teslas, be mindful of what has changed between years.

  6. Kevin Delano says:

    This is my dream car to own.

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