Tesla Model S Gets A Stealthy Price Bump

Tesla delivered on its promise to sell a $50,000 EV, and then promptly cancelled production of the 40 kWh Model S, and followed that with a $2,500 price increase for the remaining variants. Well Tesla is at it again, discreetly jacking up the price on certain option packages that could add thousands of dollars to customers waiting for their cars.

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Video: Tesla Model S Commercial “Recharge”

Elon Musk is writing his own playbook when it comes to Tesla Motors, foregoing things like press cars, dealership models, and traditional advertising venues. Tesla has so far relied largely on word-of-mouth to advertise the Model S, and fan-made commercials like “Recharge” have filled the void in its absence.

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Tesla Model S Scores 99/100 On Consumer Reports Test

Many an automotive publication has heaped praise upon the Tesla Model S electric sedan, but one well-respected outlet has been mum, until now. Consumer Reports recently rated the Tesla Model S, giving it a score of 99/100, making it the highest-scored cars in the publication’s history. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, haters.

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Tesla Revises Leasing Scheme, Offering Model S For As Little As $580 A Month

After listening to customer feedback, Tesla Motors has rolled out its leasing scheme 2.0, which ditches the sketchy math and allows for longer leasing options that could bring the Tesla Model S price down to just $580 a month. Sounds downright affordable.

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Tesla Unveils Lease/Financing Deal With Some Sketchy Math

Earlier this week Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled a “revolutionary” lease-to-own plan for the Tesla Model S, which aims to put the expensive EV into the hands of us regular Joes. But the math Musk uses to make his case is sketchy at best, and downright dishonest at worst, and it is really more of a tease than anything else. Why? Read on to find out.

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Video: The Quiet Riot Of A Tesla Model S Burnout

Electric cars are perceived by many people to be slow, quiet, and frankly a bit boring. And for the most part these people aren’t wrong. The Tesla Model S sedan is the exception though, as it is fast, brash, and beautifully designed. It also does a badass burnout, as the next video shows.

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