Tesla Motors recently unveiled some new options around its popular Model S electric sedan which could end up helping the vehicle get into the hands of even more would be drivers.
As promised, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has released the log of the electric car that New York Times writer John Broder claimed last week had failed to perform.
It's been nearly four years in the making but it's finally arrived.
We've spent a lot of time here on TG Daily discussing various aspects of Tesla's Model S electric vehicle, including electric powertrain, driving distance and availability.
There is certainly quite a bit of anticipation building up for Telsa's 2012 Model S electric vehicle (EV).
The Tesla Model S electric vehicle first broke cover last year at a base price of $49,900, with a driving range tipped at 160-300 miles.
Tesla certainly makes some of the coolest electric vehicles out there on the roads today.
Outside of the Toyota Prius or the Chevy Volt, Tesla is the best known name in the ever-growing world of alternative fuel vehicles.