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Wondering what you can expect from the 2023 Tesla Model S? Whether you're heading out on vacation or simply enjoying a long drive along the coast, this electric vehicle has a hearty range that's suitable for almost any journey. The 2023 Model S has an EPA-estimated range of 405 miles on a full charge.
One of the joys of electric vehicles is their rocket-like acceleration, and the 2023 Tesla Model S is no different. It can blast from zero to 60 mph in just 2.4 seconds (according to the manufacturer, when new). If you've ever thought about being a race car driver, the Model S will help you feel like you're living the dream, even if you're just pulling away from stoplights on your daily commute.
The 2023 Tesla Model S is up for venturing out on snowy or icy roads, thanks to the standard all-wheel-drive system. The sedan comes standard with one motor powering the front wheels and one powering the back wheels. This allows the car to direct power where it's needed, helping you get to your destination with minimal slipping and sliding. It also helps put the power down when you want a more spirited drive on fun, dry roads.
Do you struggle to travel light? The 2023 Tesla Model S can accommodate golf clubs, baby strollers, suitcases, and more with a total of 28.1 cu-ft of cargo space. That includes 25 cu-ft in the trunk and an additional 3.1 cu-ft beneath the front hood. This is handy whether you're taking a trip or just loading up with shopping bags.
The 2023 Tesla Model S looks sleek, making it the kind of car you'll love to admire in the parking lot. It comes standard with zero-profile door handles that automatically extend when a key is near the vehicle, but otherwise remain flush with the body panels. The charging connector port is hidden in the tailgate, completing the streamlined appearance of the Model S.
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All Wheel Drive (4WD/AWD)
F 42.4"/R 35.5"
F 39.7"/R 38.1"
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