The 2023 Tesla Model S behind recently created competitors with more extravagant features and greater driving distances, yet
The hatchback that resembles a sedan is nevertheless competitive.
After all, a single charge of the Model S provides a range of up to 405 miles. Plus,
The 1020 horsepower, three-motor Plaid performance model accelerates from
The 60 mph in under 2.1 seconds, matching the acceleration of high-end hypercars.
The BMW i7 and Lucid Air, among other cutting-edge rivals, have largely eclipsed the Tesla in terms of popularity.
The Model S's six-figure pricing simply doesn't go with its mid-luxe interior,
Especially when compared to the opulent interiors of the Lucid and the BMW.