Tesla Model S 70D
Tesla’s Model S 60 is on its way out. Its replacement, the Model S 70D, is now Tesla’s entry-level vehicle, though it’s not entry-level by any measure (besides Tesla’s). As the D in its name suggests, the 70D boasts dual motors for true all-wheel drive and outputs a combined 329 horsepower at the wheels, good for a 0 to 62 time of 5.2 seconds and a 140mph top speed. It’s also equipped with a bigger battery than the 60 that enables a range of roughly 240 miles, all hardware necessary to access Tesla’s Supercharger network for enabling free long distance travel, and comes with enough government incentives and gas savings to effectively bring its true cost down to about $55,000. Oh, and it comes with three new color options added to the lineup, now totalling ten.
Check it out at Tesla – $75,000