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Lead a green-conscious lifestyle while enjoying high-speed thrills in the 2019 Tesla Model S all-electric luxury sedan. This five-passenger EV offers three configurations—Standard Range, Long Range, and Performance—to deliver quick acceleration and road trip-worthy range estimates. You'll also gain a roomy interior with the 2019 Model S and the latest technology, including a large 17-inch touchscreen display that anchors the suede-wrapped dash. Plus, there's no shortage of high-tech features, including Tesla Autopilot's suite of cutting-edge driver aids.
The basis of the 2019 Tesla Model S is dual electric motors located on the front and rear axles, which provide full-time all-wheel drive for superior control on all trims. The 2019 Model S Standard and Long Range configurations are quick off the line, with a zero to 60 mph time of 3.7 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). Shortening that time is the 2019 Tesla Model S Performance, which can cover zero to 60 mph in three quick seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). If that's not enough sizzle, the Performance offers optional Ludicrous Mode to achieve a zero to 60 mph time of 2.4 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new).
If you're looking for an all-electric sedan to take on road trips, the 2019 Tesla Model S goes the distance. The Standard Range Model S can travel an EPA-estimated 285 miles on a full charge, which is excellent for day-to-day driving.
The 2019 Tesla Model S features supportive front seats that are well-bolstered and provide 12-way power adjustments to keep you comfortable on long drives. Your passengers will also enjoy ample stretch-out space, with 42.7 inches of front-seat legroom and 35.4 inches in the rear row. Leatherette upholstery and a faux-suede-wrapped dash impart a premium feel. The cabin is also bright and airy, making it feel larger than it is. Heated front and rear seats come standard for chilly mornings, and ventilated seats are optional for warm summer days.
The 2019 Tesla Model S interior offers incredible storage capacity for a luxury sedan. This EV features a sloped roofline and a rear liftgate to reveal a 26 cu-ft trunk. With the second row in place, that's enough room to transport eight carry-on suitcases. Folding the rear row expands the capacity to 58 cu-ft, which can hold oversize items like a bike or a weekend's worth of camping gear. Without a combustion engine, the 2019 Model S includes a unique front trunk with 5.3 cu-ft of volume to carry groceries or small belongings.
Anchoring the dash of the 2019 Tesla Model S is a vast 17-inch touchscreen display with voice recognition, navigation, and an 11-speaker stereo. The tablet-like display houses all the EV's controls, including climate settings, charging, and vehicle notifications. Every 2019 trim also comes equipped with Tesla Autopilot and driver-assistance features, which include adaptive cruise control, forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, and blind-spot monitoring for extra confidence.
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Yes, all trims of the 2019 Tesla Model S come standard with a keyless entry system. The key fob can be kept in your pocket or purse so the vehicle can open using sensors around the driver's door.
Yes, the 2019 Tesla Model S comes standard with available Wi-Fi hotspot capability, which is useful on road trips or if you spend time on the road for work. Wi-Fi hotspots require a data plan to activate and may also require a compatible device. See the owner's manual or manufacturer's website for more information. This is in addition to other cool tech features, like a 17-inch touchscreen with navigation and voice recognition and an 11-speaker stereo.
The 2019 Tesla Model S comes with a bevy of standard features, including 19-inch wheels, adaptive air suspension, adaptive LED headlights, and a power liftgate on the exterior. Standard tech features include a 17-inch touchscreen with a navigation system, a rearview camera, and Bluetooth® connectivity. Leather upholstery, power-adjustable heated front seats, and 60/40-split folding heated rear seats are some of the interior features of the 2019 Model S.
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The five-passenger 2019 Tesla Model S interior features generous legroom in the first and second rows (42.7 inches and 35.4 inches, respectively). Leatherette upholstery comes standard in the 2019 model, along with front seats with 12-way power adjustments. The front and rear rows also boast heated seats, and ventilated seats are available. Additionally, the 2019 Model S includes generous cargo space, with 26 cu-ft behind the rear seats or 58 cu-ft when folded. In lieu of an engine, this EV has a front trunk for small storage with 5.3 cu-ft of volume.
The 2019 Tesla Model S can fit two car seats in the rear row with two full sets of LATCH lower anchors and three tether anchors. This includes LATCH car seats, infant car seats, rear-facing convertible car seats, forward-facing convertible car seats, and booster car seats. Note that the LATCH lower anchors and tether anchors in the 2019 Model S are difficult to access, making child seat installation challenging.
The 2019 Tesla Model S configurations include three trims: Standard Range, Long Range, and Performance. All models feature a 100kWh battery and dual-motor all-wheel drive, but the trims differ in range and acceleration times. The 2019 Tesla Model S Standard Range can travel an EPA-estimated 285 miles on a full charge and cover a zero to 60 mph time of 3.7 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). For farther distances, the 2019 Tesla Model S Long Range is an excellent choice, with an EPA-estimated 370-mile range on a full charge. The Performance trim—formerly known as the 2019 Tesla Model S P100D—has an EPA-estimated range of 345 miles on a full charge (with 19-inch wheels).
2013-2015 Tesla Model S (first generation)
The Tesla Model S was introduced in 2013 with 60, 85, and P85+ trims. A year later, the lineup added all-wheel-drive versions of the Model S 60, 85, and P85. Starting in 2014, Tesla added an autopilot feature, a lane-centering system, and adaptive cruise control to the Model S. The next year, the 60 and 60D models were replaced with the 75 and 75D, and the P85 was discontinued. The 2015 Tesla Model S saw the addition of the 90, 90D, and P90D at the end of the first generation.
2016-present Tesla Model S (second generation)
The Tesla Model S received a mid-cycle refresh in 2016 with an enhanced autopilot feature and restyling to the sedan's exterior front fascia. The start of the second generation saw the 60 and 60D make a brief comeback, along with the new high-performance P100D. The 100D launched in 2017. In 2018, the Model S came in 75D, 100D, and P100D versions before a new trim structure was introduced in 2019 to include base, Extended Range, Performance, and Performance with Ludicrous Mode trims. The trims were revised again in 2020, offering Model S Long Range Plus and Performance models, followed by the 2021 Model S only being offered as a Long Range trim.