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2013 Tesla Model S – Everything You Need to Know

shutterstock_126145124The 2013 Tesla Model S is a trendy car that is built to meet your requirements. This vehicle was designed and assembled in California, USA. The fact that it does not use gasoline makes it economical in these tough financial times where the price of fuel per gallon is at an all-time high. It has great speed and responsiveness given that it can accelerate to 60 miles per hour in just 4.4 seconds. The luxury sedan market has another great addition thanks to the 2013 Tesla Model S. This car has performs well in even the coldest and hottest seasons.
Its unique interior and exterior design makes this model easy on the eyes without sacrificing on its more pertinent features. It is a safe car to travel in since it comes equipped with eight airbags that would deploy in case of an accident. If you have a child, this car is child seat ready so you need not worry about where to put the seat. Its LATCH system temporarily removes seat belts and creates a secure place to mount your child’s safety seat. It uses lithium ion batteries which do not undergo the so called memory effect.
Since it is an electric car, its batteries are energy efficient. For instance, they do not lose charge when the car is parked for long durations of time. The Tesla Model S battery is optimized to charge overnight. Another great thing about this model is that it is designed to allow the battery to regenerate charge when the vehicle is decelerating. The charging process is quite simple and its charging port is concealed behind the side taillight on the driver’s side.  The connector  is comprised of two outlet adapters for a 110 and 220 volt outlets.
The Tesla Model S has a unique user interface that features a huge touch screen, which operates most of the car’s controls including air conditioning and steering. This makes the interior button-free and is quite an impressive feat. The base price of a Tesla Model S is $58,570 and this is before a tax credit of $7500. This vehicle is a worthy competitor  such renowned models as the Mercedes and Audi. If you happen to run out of charge along the way, don’t worry, Tesla has unveiled supercharging stations that will keep you on the road as long as possible.

Wendy Feliu
wendy@autosupershield.com