2012 Tesla Model S is a luxury electric sedan. The 2012 Tesla Model S is be built in Southern California. The Tesla Model S will have up to 300 miles of range, a 4900-pound curb weight, and expected acceleration to 60 mph of 5.6 seconds, according to the company. It will be a powerful electric sedan.
As a five-door, five-passenger car this car was completed by Mazda USA's former design director Franz Von Holzhausen. The 2012 Tesla Model S comes with several key elements include a relatively slippery 0.26 coefficient of drag and an expansive hatchback big enough to swallow a mountain bike. A twin-screen computer display with web connectivity features prominently in the leather-and-wood-trimmed cabin.
The 2012 Tesla Model S also offers options list include the buyer's choice of one of three lithium-ion battery packs. The pack included in the base price will have a range of 160 miles, an intermediate pack will offer 230 miles, and the premium 8000-cell pack will weigh over 1000 pounds and supply up to 300 miles of range while recharging in as little as 45 minutes.
2012 Tesla Model S production of the Model S should begin in the third quarter of 2011. The Model S will go into production even if funding shortages prolong the launch date. The 2012 Tesla Model S priced at a rate of 20,000 per year. A Sport model is planned for after launch.