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Tesla have introduced the 329 bhp Model S 70D, an all-wheel drive electric car with a 0-60 time of 5.2 seconds and a 240 mile range at 65 mph.
Even at a starting price of US $75k, the Model S 70D offers a broad and compelling set of features. Moreover, when one factors in the cost advantages over an internal combustion engine vehicle, including fuel savings and incentives, the actual cost of owning Model S 70D comes to about US $55k over five years (the average length of new car ownership).
In addition to having independently operational front and rear motors, the 70D includes Supercharging to enable free long-distance travel, Autopilot hardware, navigation, blind spot detection and many other features. As with every Model S, the 70D will receive free over-the-air updates that add functionality and improve the driving experience for years to come.
This model replaces the 60S, and, as the name suggests, benefits from a 70kWh battery pack, which Tesla claims is good for a quoted range of 240 miles. The 70D gets permanent four-wheel-drive too thanks to an electric motor on each axle, plus features like keyless entry, LED daytime running lights, an eight-year, infinite-mile battery and drive warranty, lane departure warning, and auto emergency braking.
Starting today, you can also order any Model S in three new colors: Ocean Blue, Obsidian Black, and Warm Silver.
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