By now, most of you have seen the new Tesla Model S sedan, a midsize sedan with a 7.0-liter electric motor and a 6.2-liter battery pack that can reach up to 1,200 miles on a single charge.
But if you’re like me, you’ve never driven one, let alone driven one on a highway.
And with that in mind, I figured I’d make a little video to introduce you to the Tesla Model E.
It has the looks of a crossover and it does, but it has a unique feature that makes it a more compelling choice than many other EVs.
First, the Model E has a much lower curb weight (3,900 pounds).
It weighs just 2,900 more than the Model S, which is the same weight of a BMW 5 Series.
The E has also got a larger battery, which makes it more efficient.
You can see the difference in our first video below.
The battery pack on the Tesla E is a 5.0 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which means it’s rated for over 4,000 miles on one charge.
That’s a far cry from the 3,900-mile range the Model X has, but the Model-E can reach the same mileage from a single 30-mile charge.
You’ll have to charge this vehicle on the highway, which may take up to an hour, but you can do that with the Model 3, which can go as fast as 20 miles per hour.
In addition to that, the battery pack has a variable-voltage charger, which will allow you to charge your battery pack in the car’s battery-only mode.
It’s a feature you’ll find in all EVs, including electric trucks, electric buses, and electric cars.
It’ll charge your electric battery pack up to a maximum of 1,800 volts, but as we mentioned, you can charge the battery packs in the EV’s battery mode.
As far as range goes, the Tesla has an EPA-estimated range of more than 200 miles on an average charge.
However, if you plug in a 30-kWh battery pack to the battery, it’ll deliver nearly 200 miles.
That means that the Tesla is an efficient EV.
It can get a full charge in just over 24 hours.
This all sounds like a lot, but there are a few key features that make the Model e a great choice for drivers looking to spend less time in the highway and more time enjoying the country.
First, the car offers the option of a Tesla-specific electric piano, which you can use to play music, check email, or check the weather.
The piano comes standard with a Tesla charger, and you can purchase additional battery packs for up to $1,100.
You won’t be able to use the Tesla piano with other electric vehicles.
It doesn’t come with a remote control or even a remote start button, which are standard on all Model e cars.
You will, however, have access to a remote, remote start, and a “quiet start” mode that you can set up with a button on the center console.
It also comes with a 6-foot-long remote that you push to start the car, and there’s even a wireless remote for charging.
Second, the electric piano can charge up to 12 miles per charge.
For some, that may sound like a great deal, but a few people prefer using a regular electric piano.
This means you’ll be able charge the Tesla’s piano up to 10 hours per charge, which isn’t a bad deal, even if you use a piano that is designed for 12 hours per day.
The Model E also has a 30 kW plug-in hybrid electric motor, which allows it to drive on its own, or it can be used with a gasoline engine.
The Tesla’s motor is rated for around 40 miles per gallon, which could be a good number for driving on a weekend.
Lastly, the piano has two Bluetooth speakers, a six-foot remote control, a 10-foot wireless remote, and one USB port.
If you want to use this piano as a portable entertainment center, the speakers are also handy, as they’re positioned in the middle of the car.
If that’s your idea of a good stereo, you might want to consider a higher-end, higher-performance stereo.
Finally, the top of the Tesla model E has its own Tesla logo.
This is a big deal for electric vehicle owners, and it means that this car will be able serve as a hub for your Tesla network, so you’ll get a network connection whenever you need it.
You may have noticed that I used the words “Tesla” and “electric” throughout the article.
The car has an 80 kWh battery pack.
You need to recharge it in the battery-powered mode, but once you do, you’ll have unlimited miles of range