Tesla’s CEO may have made some predictions but it seems that the whole company is full of people focused on the future.
The electric company’s Chief Technical Officer (CTO) came forward with an interesting announcement regarding the money that’s behind the Model S.
We’re not sure what exactly the Tesla Model S is made from, or to what extent the company is focused on quality but J.B. Straubel, Tesla’s Chief Technology Officer thinks the electric sedan will make money.
Obviously, Straubel doesn’t have any hard figures to share with us but he does know quite a lot about the production costs of the Tesla Model S and he can compare those with the price.
Speaking of which, the Tesla Model S starts at $57.900 and it’s subjectable to a $7.500 federal tax credit which could further take the price down.
Depending on the battery package you get in yours, this electric sedan will be ready to whisk its electric motor for 160, 230 or 300 miles per charge.
The range may vary but the performance isn’t different no matter the performance of the Tesla Model S as it can hit 60 in just 5.6 seconds.
A top speed of 130 mph is fairly average for a petrol car and that would be very impressive for the Tesla Model S because it can easily pass for a “normal car”.