2011 Tesla S SedanTesla burst onto the green scene by boasting that its Lotus-derived electric sports car would actually be fun to drive: Surprise, it was! It also had a semi-realistic range of about 200 miles on a charge…as long as you weren't actually driving it like a sports car the whole time. No matter, though, as the Tesla Roadster has sold enough to spawn the next Tesla model: The Tesla S sedan. Capable of seating up to seven people thanks to rear-facing seats under the hatch (yes, it's a hatch), the Tesla S can be charged via 110, 220 or 440 volt outlets, or the entire battery pack can be swapped out in about 5 minutes. Tesla's also saying that it'll cost about $50,000…we'll believe that when we see it.