The 2017 Tesla Model S and the BMW i3 rate highly in four out of five crash tests.
Beats rear-wheel-drive Tesla Model S at 336 kilometres which costs $28,500 more.
Buyers will have to pay extra to enable Autopilot.
Company believes the problem is due to a manufacturing error.
0-50 km/h in about one second? Not too shabby.
Upgrade will cost $10,000 for new Tesla buyers, $5,000 for current owners.
0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds…at the push of a button.
Electric car maker expects to ship more than 35,000 Model S sedans in 2014, a 55% jump from 2013.
If it’s ever built, the car would cost $30,000, considerably cheaper than the $42,000 Chevrolet Volt.