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Tesla, Eco-Friendly Style

A fun and zippy ride with sleek, sporty lines!

In 2008 Tesla set out to prove that electric vehicles can be better, quicker, and more fun to drive than gasoline cars…and we get it! Today, Tesla is known for its eco-friendly options and sleek design features that are setting new trends and standards in the auto industry that may also set the precedent for cars of the future. This, combined with the fact that Tesla has built its most affordable car yet, makes it a brand to watch…and drive!

From the Model S and Model 3 sedans to the Model X crossover, these all-electric luxury vehicles out-perform some of the best gas-powered cars on the market today, boasting an EPA-estimated 373 miles in its Long Range 2020 models.

In addition to the eco-friendly use of electricity for fuel, Tesla’s reputation for a sporty and fun vehicle to drive is spot on! The new 2020 Model S offers drivers a zero-to-60-mph time of 2.4 seconds, making it a quick fun ride. The adaptive suspension makes highway driving a breeze and gives you the needed control around corners.

The plush interior cabin has all the bells and whistles techies are looking for including a large ‘infotainment’ screen to control vehicle's functions. The sleek design of the roof line disguises a rear lift gate to a whopping 26-cubic-foot trunk, and the underfloor bin in the rear cargo area gives plenty of room for everything!  

A fun and zippy ride, sleek and sporty lines, and the new rolling software updates supplying V3 Supercharging, make Tesla a great eco-friendly car everyone can appreciate.

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  • Recent studies indicate Tesla is known as the most eco-friendly car brand on the market today
  • Tesla vehicles have the best fuel economy of all leading brands of midsize, large cars, and SUVs
  • New rolling software updates for 25% faster V3 Supercharging

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