No sadly I haven’t personally had a chance to drive the Tesla Model S but the second car from the marque is getting some fairly rave reviews in the US of A. South African Elon Musk’s car company is doing some great work creating beautiful, functional and most importantly green cars, which we will hopefully one day all be driving. Fast Company drove the car:
Tesla, a Silicon Valley electric vehicle startup that first came to prominence with the all-electric Roadster sportscar, isn’t yet known as a mainstream car manufacturer–unsurprising since it’s first product had a base price of $109,000. The Model S, a five-seat sedan released today, is Tesla’s debut into the mainstream market. If it succeeds, it could bolster the entire EV industry. If it fails, Tesla will be in trouble.
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