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Tesla Introduces Model S 70D

Tesla Model S

Tesla Motors has launched the all-wheel drive Model S 70D, starting from £54,500 including the £5,000 Government’s plug-in grant.

The Model S 70D includes dual motor all-wheel drive technology, an estimated NEDC 275 miles of range, and a 0-60 time just north of five seconds.

In addition to dual motor, 70D comes standard with Autopilot Hardware, Navigation and Supercharging.

And, as with every Model S, 70D will run on the new software 6.2 and owners will continue to receive free over-the-air updates that will add additional functionality, enhanced performance and improved user experience over time.  

Tesla also unveiled three new colours: Ocean Blue; Obsidian Black; and Warm Silver. All now available on any variant of Model S.

Model S 70D standard features include:

·         All-wheel drive Dual Motor

·         70 kWh battery with an est. NEDC 275 mile range

·         0-60 mph acceleration in 5.2 seconds

·         140 mph top speed

·         Autopilot Hardware

·         Navigation

·         Supercharging

·         Trip planner and range assurance

·         Lane departure warning

·         Parking sensors

·         Automatic emergency braking

·         Automatic Keyless Entry

·         GPS enabled homelink

The Model S is the world’s first premium sedan built from the ground up as an electric vehicle, engineered to deliver unprecedented range and a thrilling drive experience.

With a rigid body structure, nearly 50/50 weight distribution and a remarkably low centre of gravity, Model S offers the responsiveness and agility expected from the world’s best sports cars while providing the ride quality of a luxury performance sedan, says Tesla. 

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