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TESLA Model S Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 2
First production year: 2012
Engines: Electric
 

2016 - Present

Customers always ask for more, and Tesla tried to offer them what they wanted, and even more. That's why the Model S received an update in 2016. Tesla engineers knew that they could offer more for the Model S, but they didn't want to provide it before it was tested. After that, other departments gathered and came up with new ideas. When all the parts were gathered, there was a one-m...

full description and technical specifications
electric:

  TESLA Model S 100D

  TESLA Model S 70 (315 HP)

  TESLA Model S 70D (328 HP)

  TESLA Model S 90D (417 HP)

  TESLA Model S P100D (613 HP)

  TESLA Model S P90D (532 HP)

2012 - 2016

After the successful Roadster, Elon Musk understood that a four-door vehicle was needed on the electric car market. A market that Tesla created. The electric car revolution started when a sports car with an internal combustion engine lost a drag race in front of an anonymous car-manufacturer with a motor powered by a set of batteries. The introduction of the Model S made things look even wors...

full description and technical specifications
electric:

  TESLA Model S 60 (380 HP)

  TESLA Model S 70 (387 HP)

  TESLA Model S 70D (525 HP)

  TESLA Model S 85 (380 HP)

  TESLA Model S 85D (376 HP)driven: read

  TESLA Model S 90D (525 HP)

  TESLA Model S P85D (691 HP)

  TESLA Model S P90D (762 HP)