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Tesla Model S

0-100 km/h  – 2.1 sec (top spec).
Top speed    – 320 km/h
Range (EPA) – 637 km

The Tesla Model S is an all-electric five-door liftback produced by Tesla, Inc. It was introduced on June 22, 2012. It received a major refresh in June 2021. Tesla positions the Model S as its flagship.

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Tesla Model 3

0-100 km/h  – 3.3 sec (top spec).
Top speed    – 262 km/h
Range (EPA) – 568 km

The Model 3 is an electric fastback mid-size four-door sedan developed by Tesla. The Model 3 Standard Range Plus version delivers an EPA-rated all-electric range of 262 miles (422 km) and the Long Range versions deliver 353 miles (568 km). According to Tesla, the Model 3 carries full self-driving hardware, with periodic software updates adding functionality.

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Tesla Model X

0-100 km/h  – 2.7 sec (top spec).
Top speed    – 262 km/h
Range (EPA) – 547 km

The Tesla Model X is a mid-size all-electric luxury crossover made by Tesla, Inc. The vehicle is notable in that it uses falcon-wing doors for passenger access.

The Model X was developed from the full-sized sedan platform of the Tesla Model S. The Model X has an EPA size class as an SUV, and shares ~30% of its content with the Model S, half of the originally planned ~60%, and weighs about 10 percent more.

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Tesla Model Y

0-100 km/h  – 3.7 sec (top spec).
Top speed    – 241 km/h
Range (EPA) – 507 km

The Tesla Model Y is an electric compact crossover utility vehicle (CUV) by Tesla, Inc. Tesla unveiled it in March 2019, started production at its Fremont plant in January 2020, and started deliveries on March 13, 2020.
It is the second vehicle based on the Model 3 sedan platform. The Model Y shares an estimated 75% of its parts with the Tesla Model 3, which includes a similar interior design and electric powertrain. Model Y offers optional third-row seats for a seven-passenger seating capacity. The Model Y fills a smaller and less expensive segment than the full-sized Tesla Model X.

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