Buying a used Tesla Model S is still a step into the future for many drivers. Arguably, the Tesla is the first premium electric car to work in the real world, and you can search through hundreds of used Tesla Model S cars for sale on Parkers if you want maximum luxury with zero emissions. Owing nothing to previous designs, it remains almost unique on the market, though you may consider the BMW i3, Nissan Leaf and Volvo S90 T8 hybrid if zero-emissions city driving is your need. A long, low and wide fastback with loads of passenger space, the normally rear-motor, rear wheel drive Tesla Model S is also available in Ludicrous-mode P85D, P90D and P100D versions. P denotes performance, D, dual motors, and producing impressive power all-wheel drive powertrains these high-end EVs can beat many supercars off the line, reaching 62mph in 3.0 seconds or less. Range can be as high as 350 miles between charges in long-range tune, too.
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