Tesla Electric Cars For 2021

Who Is Tesla, Inc.?

Tesla, Inc., formerly known as Tesla Motors, is an American automotive and energy company that manufactures electric cars and renewable energy products such as the Solar Roof, Solar Panels solar panels and large-scale clean power storage batteries. After its first 10 years in the electric vehicle market, 2018 saw Tesla become the best-selling plug-in passenger car manufacturer in the world. Conversely, the company’s commercial and residential solar power systems continue struggling to find wide-scale and profitable deployment in the renewable energy market.

Tesla, Inc. is primarily a manufacturer of electric vehicles (EVs) and has more recently branched out into other sectors of the renewable energy market. Founded in 2003 by engineers Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, the company rose to prominence under the direction of current CEO Elon Musk, the co-founder of PayPal. The company’s name is a tribute to pioneering scientist and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla.

What Are Tesla’s 2021 Electric Car Models?

Tesla, Inc. currently manufactures 5 electric cars models, each targeting a different segment of the EV market. Tesla car prices range from $31,000 for the entry-level 2019 Model 3 to more than $250,000 for a fully loaded Roadster.

Tesla Model 3 2019Model 3
Range: 310 Miles
0-60: 3.2 Seconds
Top Speed: 162 MPH
Features: Autopilot, Self-Driving
Price: $30,315 for Standard Range Plus
Tesla Model S 2019Model S
Range: 370 Miles
0-60: 2.4 Seconds
Top Speed: 163 MPH
Features: Autopilot, Self-Driving
Price: $70,115 for Long Range
Tesla Model X 2019Model X – SUV
Range: 300 Miles
0-60: 3.5 Seconds
Seats: 7 Adults
Features: Autopilot, Self-Driving
Price: $75,315 for Long Range
Tesla Model Y 2019Model Y
Range: 325 Miles
0-60: 2.7 Seconds
Top Speed: 120 MPH
Features: Autopilot, Self-Driving
Price: $43,700 for Long Range
Tesla Roadster 2019Roadster
Range: 620 Miles
0-60: 1.9 Seconds
Top Speed: +250 MPH
Features: Autopilot, Self-Driving
Price: $200,000 for Long Range

Where Can I Buy A Tesla?

Tesla offers two ways to buy its electric cars, neither of which is stereotypical to automobile manufacturers. A prospective Tesla buyer has two choices: 1) order a Tesla online or 2) visit a Tesla store where you will also likely have to place an order online.

Tesla Electric Cars In The News

Lavo Hydrogen Fuel Cell A Tesla Powerwall Rival

Lavo Hydrogen Fuel Cell A Tesla Powerwall Rival

JIll BinocheOctober 18, 2020

Lavo Hydrogen Technology has introduced their new Lavo system, a hybrid hydrogen fuel cell battery for the home to compete with the Tesla Powerwall. The Lavo system will combine with…

Tesla Solar Roof Installed In 4 Just Days

Tesla Solar Roof Installed In 4 Just Days

JIll BinocheOctober 16, 2020

A Tesla Solar Roof has been installed in just 4 days by Weddle & Sons Roofing in Auburn, Kansas. The installation included removing the existing roof, laying down a weatherproof…

What Is A Tesla Powerwall?

What Is A Tesla Powerwall?

JIll BinocheOctober 3, 2020

The Tesla Powerwall is a home-based rechargeable lithium-ion battery designed to store solar power generated from Tesla’s Solar Roof and Solar Panel systems for later use when the sun is…

Tesla Solar Roof Patent Filed In Europe

Tesla Solar Roof Patent Filed In Europe

JIll BinocheOctober 2, 2020

Tesla has filed a European patent application for its Solar Roof, suggesting that it plans to expand its solar energy product’s reach to international markets in the near future. The…

What Is A Tesla Solar Roof?

What Is A Tesla Solar Roof?

JIll BinocheOctober 1, 2020

The Tesla Solar Roof is a building-integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) system that completely replaces an existing roof with sunlight collecting solar tiles. In contrast, a traditional solar panel installation affixes brackets…

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Tesla, Inc.: Company Website