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Test Drive Dual Motor Model S and Autopilot Tesla London

Delivering 312 miles of NEDC range on a single charge, with a 17-inch touchscreen, an outstanding safety record, and 600 NM torque, the fully electric Model S breaks the mould.

If you would like to know what 0-60 mph in 4.2 secs feels like without using a drop of gasoline, then schedule your Model S appointment today.

  • Euro NCAP 5-Star Safety Rating
  • Autopilot equipped
  • Available All-Wheel Drive Dual Motor
  • Zero to 100 km/h in as little as 3.4 seconds
  • Up to 502 kilometers range (NEDC)

Model S is designed from the ground up to be the safest car on the road, as proven by a maximum-possible 5-star safety rating from the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP). Much of its safety is owed to the unique electric drivetrain that sits beneath the car’s aluminum occupant cell in its own subframe. This unique positioning both lowers the car’s center of gravity, which improves handling and minimizes rollover risk, and replaces the heavy engine block with impact absorbing boron steel rails.

Side impacts are met by aluminum pillars reinforced with steel rails to reduce intrusion, protecting occupants and the battery pack while improving roof stiffness. In the event of an accident, airbags protect front and rear occupants, and the battery system automatically disconnects the main power source. Should the worst happen, there is no safer car to be in than Model S.

Autopilot Parking
Model S helps you find a parking spot and automatically parks in it. In the city, it will notify you when it finds a parallel parking spot, then control steering, acceleration and deceleration to back smoothly into it. When approaching a Supercharger station, Model S automatically parks in an open stall. Model S will even park itself in your garage at home.

With calendar syncing enabled, Model S checks current traffic conditions to determine how much time is needed to make your first meeting of the day. At the right time, it turns on the climate control and opens the garage door. On private property, Model S will even pull out of the garage and meet you at the curb.

Source : Tesla

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