Almost on its own, Tesla has proven that electric vehicles can be desirable, combining outstanding performance and high-tech interiors with usable driving range. The Model X crossover has room for up to seven. It’s also the most expensive Tesla, featuring the unique Falcon Wing doors. You have your pick of two sedans: the larger, more expensive Model S is a hot-rod: in our testing, we’ve measured zero-to-60-mph times as quick as 2.4 seconds. The smaller, less pricey Model 3 Performance isn’t far behind, shooting to 60 mph in 3.1 seconds. Although it’s still in the concept phase, the Tesla Roadster promises to bring incredible performance to a sleek sports car. The company has also revealed its wildly styled pickup truck, the Cybertruck.
Tesla's Model S was the first mass-market car to prove that EVs could be exciting to drive, eco-friendly, viable as daily transportation, and usable for long trips.
Based on the brand's iconic Model S sedan, the 2022 Tesla Model X SUV wows with its top-hinged rear doors and impresses with its long range.
The Model Y uses the chassis, interior, and powertrain from the smaller Model 3, and adds cargo space, an optional third row of seats, and the SUV look.
Tesla has singlehandedly changed the electric-car landscape, and the 2021 Model 3 is the least expensive way to get one of these tech wonders in your driveway.
Elon Musk might say some crazy stuff but his EVs have changed the world, and it couldn't have happened without the Model S.
As the SUV cousin of the Model S sedan, the 2021 Tesla Model X might be the greenest—and one of the fastest—ways to tote up to seven people or lots of cargo.
The latest from Tesla is the all-electric Model Y compact SUV, which shares its platform and most of its cabin with the Model 3 sedan but has more cargo space.
Touted to make its return to the lineup in 2023, the new Tesla Roadster picks up where the old model left off.
Tesla has singlehandedly changed the electric-car landscape, and the Model 3 is the least expensive way to get one of the company's tech wonders in your driveway.
Elon Musk might say some crazy stuff, but he's right about at least one thing: his electric vehicles have changed the world.
If you're buying an electric SUV, the Model X is a pricey but obvious choice thanks to its long driving range, quick charging battery, and impressive acceleration.
Tesla's Model Y SUV delivers cargo space, driving range, and plentiful tech features but lacks the verve and groundbreaking nature of its stablemates.
It has a similar driving range and semi-autonomous driving tech as the Model S, but for half the price.
Tesla's impact on America's automotive landscape was miniscule until the game-changing Model S sedan came along.
The 2019 Tesla Model X might be the greenest—and one of the fastest—way to tote up to seven people over hill and dale.
With a long driving range and luxury marketing, the Tesla Model S has made electric vehicles desirable and motivated established automakers to build their own.