Tesla Model Overview

  • Published: 4 October 2020

Roadster - The first Roadsters rolled off the production line in 2010. The original Tesla vehicle boasts a 200 mile range and an impressive 0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds. (Now put to shame by some of the Model S performance models). An all new updated version of the Tesla Roadster is launching in 2020, with an amazing expected range of 600 miles, and a 0-60mph speed of 1.9 seconds, making it the fastest car on the planet.


Model S - The all rounder Tesla model in our opinion, with battery sizes ranging from 70kWh to 100kWh, boasting ranges from 200-300 miles. They are great long range vehicles, comfortable, well built and of course - very quiet! The Autopilot software makes motorway driving effortless with The MCU screen has an amazing nav system powered by google maps, with built in 4G connectivity. Some of the Model S’ boast premium upgrades like the High fidelity sound package and Sub Zero Weather package. And of course like all Teslas, you can control most features in the car from the Mobile App.


Model X - The meatier version of the Tesla Model S, this is the perfect vehicle for someone switching from a Range Rover or a Discovery. With possible 5, 6 or 7 seat options, this is the perfect car for loading up the family and going on a road trip. And of course any trip is made effortless with the exclusive access to the Tesla supercharging network.


Model 3 - The newest member of the Tesla Family, the Model 3 is a slightly more compact version of the Model S. There are two options available, the standard and the performance model, so there is something for everyone. With all the same amazing features as the Model S and the Model X, the Model 3 also has the added bonus of Netflix, so you can catch up on your favourite show while charging up at your nearest Tesla Supercharger.