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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...

Tesla Model S v Holden V8 Supercar v Walkinshaw HSV GTS Drag Race

Read the article here. It's on — a drag race of epic proportions. It's the world's fastest four-door sedan, the Tesla Model S P85D, against Australia's fastest four-door sedans, the Supercheap Auto Racing Holden Commodore V8 Supercar and the Walkinshaw Performance W507 HSV GTS. The Tesla Model S P85D rockets from 0-100km/h in just 3...

Tesla Model S P85D v Model S P85+ Drag Race

When you think of the world's fastest cars, images of supercars and loud engines with superchargers and forced induction come to mind. The last thing you would ever consider to be the fastest car in the world is a car with no engine, no forced induction and no fuel. This is the Tesla Model S P85D and today we are going to drag race the P85+, which is rear wheel drive to show you just how fast it is...

Tesla Model S OTA Software Updates

Read the article here. After our huge drive in the Tesla Model S down the west coast of America, we were blown away by the capabilities of the car, provided there’s a suitable charge network. At the time, we didn’t know Tesla’s plans down under – but a broad-scale rollout is planned and this one in St Leonards is already up and running...

Tesla Model S P85+ US Road Trip : Seattle to LA

http://www.caradvice.com.au/322360/?yt_desc - Read the article here. The plan: to drive from Seattle to Los Angeles, a trip of more than 1800 kilometres – almost the same distance as traversing the Hume Highway from Brisbane to Melbourne. And, just like you would if you drove that trip, we’d be travelling through three states to our final destination...

Tesla Model S P85+ First Look

http://www.caradvice.com.au/320449/?yt_desc - Read the article here. If ever there was a car that could be labelled an undisputed ‘game changer’, the Tesla Model S is it. A fully electric car with more range than we’ve ever seen from a dedicated plug-in – and even some plug-in hybrid models that also lug a conventional petrol or diesel “range-extender” engine around with them – the Model S is enough to make you think that electric motoring could actually be a real possibility in the near future...