2020 Tesla Model S Review: Get to Know Why it is so Hyped
The 2020 Tesla Model S is another amazing car in the lockers of the controversial but yet successful company. Tesla is a leader in the electric car industry and it has broken a lot of boundaries than any other company in the business. The 2020 Tesla Model promises longer range travels than any of its previous cars. It has an EPA-estimated at 370 miles of range and in terms of performance, it climbs rapidly from zero-to-60-mph in 2.4 seconds.
2020 Tesla Model S Review
Below are some of the features to expect in the 2020 Tesla model s.
Power-train Charging, and Performance
An electric motor dedicated to each of the fronts and rear axles, the Model S offers a full-time all-wheel drive no matter which version you choose. The acceleration performance of the various models ranges from outstanding to ferocious.
Driving range and acceleration performance varies from model to model, with the base version’s battery providing up to a 270-mile range while the Long Range model offers up to 335. We haven’t tested the 2020 Model S yet, but our 2018 100D test vehicle blasted from zero to 60 mph in a mere 3.9 seconds and delivered endless entertainment thanks to its immediate power delivery.
If that’s not enough for you, the Model S Performance will be far more brutal and can be had with the Ludicrous driving mode that sends the Model S from zero to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds, according to Tesla.
Under the Tesla’s floor lies a battery pack that yields a low center of gravity and evenly distributed weight from front to rear. The 2020 Tesla Model S is the perfect car. It is very easy to controlled body motions and direct steering. Two different settings allow drivers to choose heavy or light steering effort, but neither of them enables more feedback from the road ahead.
Ride comfort is good, and the Model S imparts a solid feeling on the road that perfectly accompanies its tranquility when cruising.
Pricing and Which One to Buy
- Long Range: $81,190
- Performance: $101,190
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