Tesla's made us wait for its SUV for three and a half years, but now it's finally here. We've had our turn behind the wheel -- join us for our impressions.
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The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
If the incredibly quick Model S P85D isn't going to fit in your budget, Tesla has a new option that might be a bit more suitable.
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The Tesla Model S not only looks good, it drives exceedingly well while running with electric efficiency, but we would like to see more of the driver-assistance features found on comparably priced cars.
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