First of all, introducing the Tesla Motors Model S 70D. It’s an all-wheel drive electric car with a 0-60 time of 5.2 seconds. So fast. So so fast. The Tesla Motors Model S 70D all electric car range is 250 miles. This is assuming you’re driving constantly at 65 mph.
In addition and at a starting price of $75k. So the Model S 70D offers a broad and compelling set of features.
I mean and as written before, the best part is Wired Magazine.
Everyone’s saying it: The future of driving is electric. The big-name car companies have plans to start giving Tesla Model S some tough competition. Jaguar’s I-Pace electric SUV will be on sale soon, and Porsche is teasing a new concept Mission E Cross Turismo. One which looks like an SUV’d Panamera in a good way. And normal cars for regular people are going the same way. Combined, Ford and GM plan to offer 34 full electric models in the next five years.
So Columbia University Reports about the electric Vehicle Market too. They added the following.
Many countries are now banning new vehicles that run on fossil fuels like gasoline, diesel or liquefied petroleum gas. Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, and the Netherlands have announced plans to ban fossil fuel cars starting in 2030. Britain, France, Taiwan and California will ban them in 2040. Finally and Norway in 2025. In conclusion, Paris, Rome, Madrid, Athens and Mexico City will ban diesel vehicles in 2025.
Moreover, when one factors in the cost advantages over an internal combustion engine vehicle. So that’s including fuel savings and incentives, the actual cost of owning Model S 70D comes to about $55k over five years (the average length of new car ownership).