Sunday, November 1, 2009

Tesla Model S

A 0-60 mph time of 5.6 seconds, a top speed of 120mph with a range up to 300 miles and 45-minute QuickCharge time gives this electric sedan impressive stats plus its superior fuel cost features - you can charge it from any outlet, without ever stopping for gas. Tesla brags that the Model S has more cargo space than other sedans, is twice as efficient as hybrids and offers 100 percent torque, 100 percent of the time without jerky shifting and a fraction of the noise and harshness of internal combustion engines.

The Tesla Model S can carry five adults and two children and has a base price is $49,900. Deliveries start in 2011.