2015 Tesla Model S P85D Long-Term Update: Not Quite Weatherproof



-WHAT WE LIKE:
Riding in Car and Driver’s long-term Tesla Model S P85D may result in feeling butterflies in your stomach, or your stomach in your throat, or the sensation that partially digested butterflies might suddenly stream out of your throat. These are just a few of the reactions reported by passengers after thrill rides in Tesla’s electric rocket. Of all of the fast and slinky cars that pass through our parking lot, the Tesla Model S is the only one that consistently astounds automotive enthusiasts and agnostics in equal measure. We’re big fans of the P85D’s effortless 3.3-second zero-to-60-mph blast—sudden but never violent—but we’re even happier that Tesla seems to be getting average Americans excited about cars again. READ MORE ››


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