The Tesla Model S continues to be the most direct path to some of the best electric car and luxury car technology in a roomy, American-built sedan. Defying logic, the Tesla can easily tackle 200-or-so mile trips on a single charge and accommodate five people in comfort without sending harmful emissions into the air.
2015 Tesla Model S Overview
What's New for 2015
The 85 gets the $5,000 option of dual-motor all-wheel drive, a system that's standard on the new high-performance P85D trim level.
Choosing Your Tesla Model S
The Model S now has three trim levels:
Options add up quickly, but the air suspension and Tech Package are worthwhile additions. The 85 is probably the best compromise between price and range, but for those looking for a serious sports sedan nothing other than the P85D.