Taking its name from the famed nineteenth-century physicist and inventor, Tesla Motors continues on its namesake's trailblazing path toward an electrified future. Founded in 2003 by a group of Silicon Valley engineers led by South African wunderkind Elon Musk, Tesla has quickly risen to the forefront of the electric vehicle field with its innovative lithium-ion battery technology and exciting designs.
Tesla Model 3
In response to the increasing number of people who want an all-electric sporty sedan but can't afford one, Tesla has come out with the Model 3. Meant to serve as a more approachable family car, the Model 3 is fully equipped but will cost you less than the Model S.
Tesla Model X
Tesla is taking on the SUV market with the all-new Model X — a safe, fast and efficient alternative to other gas-guzzlers in its class. The 90 kWh battery offers 250 miles of range while its falcon-wing doors add a modern touch.
Tesla Model S P90D - Ludicrous
This all-new enhancement to Tesla's P85D model has an upgraded 90 kWh battery pack that thrusts the all-electric sports sedan from 0 to 60 in an insanely low 2.8 seconds.
Tesla Model S
Speeding from 0-60 in 5.6 seconds and achieving a top speed of 125 mph, the all-new Tesla Model S challenges preconceived notions of what an electric car can do. Advanced amenities like a touchscreen driver interface and Wi-Fi internet access give the Tesla Model S a luxury feel that is still rare amongst EVs.
Boasting a long list of celebrity owners including Jay Leno, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Iron Man himself, Tony Stark, this all-electric sports car is a shooting star in its own right, capable of rocketing from 0-60 in just 3.9 seconds.