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2016 Tesla Model S P90 long-term review three, farewell

It's time to hand back our Tesla Model S long term vehicle. Did the 2016 Tesla Model S P90D live up to our expectations?

2016 Tesla Model S P90D review: Long-term report two

Our second long-term update sees us venture to the country in the Tesla Model S P90D. But, does range anxiety set in?

2017 Tesla Model S 75D Review

Now that the hype surrounding Tesla has died down a little and the Tesla Model S has been given a facelift to keep it looking fresh, is it a sensible decision to pick the electric sedan over its German luxury rivals? That question is hard to answer, because it requires a very personal perspective to come to a decision...

2016 Tesla Model S 70 Review

We're forever raving on about the fastest Tesla Model S variants, but now we jump behind the wheel of the entry-level Model S 70...

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2017 Tesla Model S Walk Around

Read the article here. The facelifted Tesla Model S has arrived in Australia and we have a look at the new model to see what the changes are in greater detail. The new car features a revised front end to improve aerodynamics, a revised rear and changes to the interior. New to the car also is a high-end air filter to prevent pollutants from entering the cabin...

Tesla Model 3 — World First Buyers Interview

Read the article here. Tesla has opened the order books for the 2018 Tesla Model 3 and we were there at 6:30AM when pre-orders opened in Melbourne, Australia. We interview the first pre-order in the world and have a chat to other customers in the line to see why they are willing to put a deposit down for a car they have never seen...

Tesla Model S road trip – Sydney to Melbourne

The Tesla Supercharger network is designed to give owners a free charging option while they’re on their way from one place to another. And with a full charge on board, the Model S is capable of more than 500km of electric driving. Our goal was to travel from Sydney to Melbourne in a day – the first time it had been possible to do so using a public electric car recharging infrastructure...

Tesla Model S AutoPilot Review

The Tesla Model S has been updated to ‘version 7' adding important new safety and convenience features. Key new features in the software update include automated parallel parking, side collision warning, automatic emergency steering, Autosteer, and automatic lane changing...

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Tesla Model S Comparisons

2016 Tesla Model S P90D v BMW 730d Comparison

These are two cars that barely need an introduction. One is a long-time luxury vehicle from a respected German brand, while the other is a lightning-fast newcomer from an American brand with a focus on green credentials. We’re talking, of course, about the BMW 7 Series and the Tesla Model S...

Audi RS7 Sportback v Tesla Model S P85D : Comparison Review

Here we have two very different takes on technology and performance. The Audi RS7 Sportback is a high-tech luxury four-door coupe with a stonking big V8 engine, and the Tesla Model S P85D is about the same size and shape, but makes do with batteries and two electric motors for its propulsion. Why compare them? Simple – both are different answers to the same question...

Drag race: Model S P85D v V8 Supercar v Walkinshaw W507

Supercheap Auto Racing's V8 Supercar racer takes on the world's fastest four-door production car in a drag race of historic proportions.  In this gig, we motoring journos are often driven to pitch story ideas that we know will never get off the ground. It's a built-in compulsion...

Tesla Model S News

Tesla Model S-based Shooting Brake revealed

A UK-based company has produced its first Shooting Brake, based on the Tesla Model S. We know what you're thinking - "wasn't it meant to be revealed next year?" - but this is actually a different company and a different car. Qwest is a recently-formed aftermarket conversion company based in Norfolk, UK, that has been working for over a year on the wagon-backed Model S, touting the vehicle as the "world's first and quickest EV Shooting Brake"...

World-first satellite tech being tested in Melbourne

VicRoads is teaming up with BOSCH, the TAC, Geoscience Australia and the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information to test a world-first satellite positioning system in Albert Park. The test is part of a wider Australasian trial of a satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS), backed by $12 million in funding from the Australian Government and $2 million from the New Zealand Government...

RemetzCar teases Model S Shooting Brake

Dutch coachbuilder, RemetzCar, has released a teaser of its new shooting brake based on the Tesla Model S. Just 20 examples of the swoopy electric wagon will be produced by the firm, which already produces a Model S-based Hearse along with stretched 'Executive' versions of the already long-wheelbase Audi A8L and Range Rover SVAutobiography...

Tesla Roadster launch is an illusion, nothing more

Who saw that coming? Tesla, having announced its semi-trailer to the world, whipped the covers off a successor to its first vehicle last week, the Roadster. Its claimed numbers are seriously impressive: the 'base' car dispatches the 0-96km/h sprint in 1.9 seconds, and will have a top speed around 400km/h. Oh, and range is expected to be around 1000km...

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Tesla Model S Owner Reviews

2015 Tesla Model S P85d Review

Tesla P85D 48,000km review Warning: If you were seriously considering purchasing the Tesla model S over the last two years and it was in your price range but didn't go through with the purchase look away now...

2015 Tesla Model S 85 Review

My Model S was delivered at the end of May 2015. I'd confirmed my order New Year's day and seemed to have an inordinately long wait for delivery, it's unclear why it took nearly 6 months. This was the only part of what was the first pleasant car buying experience I've had, no car salesmen, only helpful staff...

2015 Tesla Model S 85 Review

I have been following this company since they unveil the roadster prototype. I have hoped and wished that they would come to Australia with a car within my means. Fast forward to 2015, my dream came true and I took delivery of my model S 85. Despite reading and knowing so much about the car. Ownership still provides constant pleasure and joy...

2015 Tesla Model S P85d Review

Just hit 18000kms in a P85D and I've owned this car since Oct 2015. It's flawless - no issues whatsoever and it feels the same as the day I picked it up (new). I drive to work at around 220kms per day. Bought it as my older previous car was costing $20k per year for fuel and servicing - whereas this comes with an 8 year unlimited km warranty, no fuel or servicing required...

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