How many types of Tesla cars are out there?

Tesla, Inc. is a Palo Alto, California-based electric vehicle and clean energy company. Tesla’s current products include electric vehicles, battery energy storage ranging from home to grid-scale, solar panels and solar roof tiles, and other related products and services.

Types of Tesla cars available in the market:

Tesla Model S

The Tesla Model S is an electric vehicle designed and manufactured by Tesla, an American automobile manufacturer. It was first released in 2012 and received a perfect score of 5.0 from the NHTSA. The Model S is still on the market today. There are currently three versions – Long Range Plus, Plaid and Standard and Performance. The Plaid model offers sub-1.9s 0-60mph and tri-motor propulsion over the Long Range’s dual motor. All models offer Autopilot as standard – but you can upgrade to full self-driving mode for $10,000 (£6,800). New features for 2021 include self-parking, traffic light recognition and automatic city street driving.

Tesla Model X

With this incredible electric SUV, X marks the spot! With a focus on total satisfaction, the Tesla Model X provides comfort, excitement, and incredible motoring performance all in one neat package! The Tesla Model X exudes luxury with its falcon wing-style doors. This car’s stylish design is balanced by a strong emphasis on comfort and efficiency, with both its exterior and interior features designed to impress.

Tesla Model 3

Tesla’s Model 3 launched in 2016 as the affordable alternative to the Model S, and now there are just three models available. Autopilot is standard, but the full self-driving upgrade is $10,000/£6,800. Ranges are based on combined figures for Model 3, Model S and Model 3 Cabriolet, with prices starting at $2,195 (£1,895).

Tesla Cybertruck

The Cybertruck debuted in November 2019, as Tesla shifts its focus to a pick-up truck format. This is likely to be much more popular in the United States than in other regions, though reservations are available in other regions as well. The Cybertruck has a distinctive angular design, a stainless steel body, and armoured glass; it will also have 100 cubic feet (2830 litres) of storage and a towing capacity of 7,500 pounds or more. All of these specifications are for the United States, with Tesla stating that international specifications will be developed based on demand.

Tesla Model Y

The Tesla Model Y fills the space between the Model 3 and the Model X, as a compact SUV. It will seat five, offers plenty of space, but will appeal to those looking for something more affordable. As with other Tesla models, some of the lower-tier models have been dropped: the most affordable Standard Range is no longer available. Tesla originally suggested four models would be available, but currently offers two specifications:. Long Range: AWD, 315 miles, 0-60mph in 4.8s, 300 miles, or 0-100mph in 3.5s.

Roadster

The Tesla Roadster kicked off the whole thing in 2008, and it was supposed to return in 2020 (it’s been reviewed by some US sources, but is still only available for reservations). The Roadster’s goal is to be the fastest electric car on the road, and some impressive figures have already been announced, including a 0-60mph time of 1.9 seconds and a top speed of over 250mph. It has four seats and a removable glass roof.