2023 Tesla Model S Price, Reviews, Pictures & More
Tesla Model S
Tesla Model S:Tesla’s first mass-market all-electric car was launched – would you believe – way back in 2012. In EV-years.
The Tesla Model S
- Tesla has replaced the former car-shaped key fob with a card key
- A conventional round steering wheel is now available as a $700 option for those who don’t like the Model S’ yoke wheel, and is also available as a retrofit
- Prices have been cut from $106,440 to $91,380 for the base Model S and from $137,440 to $111,380 for the Model S Plaid, but the prices will continue to fluctuate throughout 2023
- The rear infotainment screen grows from 8.0 inches to 9.4, with the larger screen housed within a narrower bezel
- A new shade of red paint (Ultra Red, similar to a color offered by Mazda) is available as a $3,000 extra
Style & Design:
The Model S is very familiar after 11 years of production, and while it’s aged pretty well no longer draws a crowd like the Lucid Air does. That said, it’s hard to find fault with designer Franz von Holzhausen’s original lines or the updates that have come over the years. It looks athletic in a way the i7 and EQS don’t. Sadly there are still only five colors and anything but “White” means paying $1,500 extra or more.
The interior is spare and clean, and the screens and the heavily tinted glass roof look great. The materials aren’t bad either, but all this open expanse just ends up looking very plain and boring compared to the opulent cabins from BMW, Lucid and Mercedes-Benz. The S just doesn’t feel like a six-figure ride.
|Tesla Model S Grande Autonomie||99.990 €|
|Tesla Model S Plaid||129.990 €|