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2014 Tesla Model S

The 2014 Tesla Model S is a 4-door, 5-seat Sedan, available in 2 trims, ranging from the Base to the Performance. Upon introduction, the $69,900 Base is equipped with a standard , 0-cylinder, engine that achieves 94-mpg in the city and 97-mpg on the highway. an Automatic transmission is standard. The $93,400 Performance is equipped with a standard , 0-cylinder, engine that achieves 88-mpg in the city and 90-mpg on the highway. an Automatic transmission is standard.

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Even though it’s already one of the best-selling electric vehicles in the country, spotting a Tesla Model S outside of our gallery of new Tesla photos is no sure thing in many parts of the United States. It’s a shame, too, since Tesla’s original designs are about as far advanced as the company’s electric-propulsion systems, which can provide an EPA-certified all-electric driving range of hundreds of miles on a single charge.

Now, just to be clear, the Tesla Roadster owed its appearance directly to the Lotus Elise, but with the launch of the Model S, the company took matters into its own hands under the aegis of Franz von Holzhausen. The results have been striking, with Tesla products showing off cabins with massive 17-inch touchscreens, along with exteriors boasting sleek and streamlined sheet metal.  Per Tesla’s chief designer: “Model S epitomizes efficiency, embodying the grace and performance of a world-class athlete. Its sculpted form expresses a constant state of speed and motion.”

You can decide for yourself after looking over the latest new Tesla pictures, and also keep your eye out for more as the company gears up to bring its sophisticated technologies to other segments of the marketplace—and perhaps to other marketplaces, too.

After all, company founder Elon Musk—unseen in our new Tesla pictures—also is a key player in the rapidly growing private space-travel industry as well as the visionary behind the “hyperloop” rapid-transit concept that would, in theory, take passengers from San Francisco to Los Angeles in about half an hour.