1 Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S is the ultimate electric car, and it’s now available in 75D, 100D and P100D flavours, so there’s something for everyone. We reviewed a Tesla Model S and found it combined the perfect blend of innovation, style and ludicrous performance. When you throw in the ridiculous 17in touchscreen, Tesla Autopilot and a 0-60mph of 2.6 seconds, the Tesla Model S might be the ultimate car – never mind electric one.
The first Tesla Model 3 rolled off the production earlier this month. Elon Musk called it the Model T of electric cars, and he hopes it will bring EVs to the masses. We don’t yet have a UK release date but this could either be a viable alternative to the Model S or will see the price of the Model S drop. Plus, the Tesla Model 3 is likely to be at the higher end of the market, so the Model S could be a great starting point.
In September, YouTuber and Tesla fan Ben Sullins created an online calculator for the Model 3 that lets you see how much it will cost you, and how that compares with current Model S prices. It is also likely that the Model S will, eventually, come down in price since Musk unveiled an electric Tesla Roadster.