GO ELECTRIC YOUR QUESTIONS
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HOW FAR CAN I GO?

Model S has two battery options.

The largest battery supplies 502 km of range in the NEDC EV test.

How you drive affects how far you can go.

How far will YOU go?

This is true in your
petrol car, too!

Model S has two battery options, each designed to provide industry-leading range.

How you drive affects how far you can go. Find out how.

300

KILOMETERS PER CHARGE WITH

252

Range for the real world

After just a few weeks, you’ll find range becomes predictable based on your routine and driving style. Model S tracks your efficiency as you drive and displays it on the Touchscreen so you’ll always know how far you can go.1

Driving Type

Highway

 

City

Highway Speed
70
80
90
100
110
120

Typical city trips include slower speeds and constant stop and go. Regenerative braking and no idling make electric cars more efficient than petrol cars.

Outside Temp & Climate Control
Vehicle

Model S

Model S Performance

 
 
HOW LONG DOES CHARGING TAKE?

When your garage is your charging station, it’s easy to recharge each night.

Pull in.

Plug in.

Without another thought, Model S can be Charged and Ready in time for the next day’s adventure.

How long will it take YOU to charge?

When your garage is your charging station, it’s easy to recharge each night. Plug in when you get home and Model S will be charged and ready in time for the next day’s adventure.

Dual Chargers
22 kW capable
Single Charger
11 kW capable

The charger is on-board the car and converts AC power from the wall to DC power stored in the battery. Model S can be configured with a Single Charger (11 kW) or Dual Chargers (22 kW).

Charger #1
Charger #2
On-Board Charger
Hours / minutes to charge

MOBILE CONNECTOR

The Mobile Connector plugs into both standard 230 volt household outlets and 230 volt utility outlets. A 230 V 32 A outlet is often a Tesla owner's primary charging solution and can produce up to 7.4 kW of power.

MOBILE CONNECTOR

The Mobile Connector plugs into both standard 230 volt household outlets and 400 volt utility outlet. A 400V 16 A outlet is often Tesla owner's primary charging solution. It can produce up to 11 kW of power, the capacity of the Single Charger.

WALL CONNECTOR

The Wall Connector is mounted on the wall in your garage. If your Model S is equipped with Dual Chargers, the Wall Connector can charge up to 110 km of range per hour.

DAILY KM DRIVEN
1 KM
250
500
Mobile
HPWC

Ready, Set, Charge

One of the most exciting aspects of owning a Model S is waking up to a full charge every morning. We want this experience to begin the moment you take delivery. As such, we recommend installing your 11 kW industrial outlet before your Model S arrives.

Mobile Charging

If the rate of charge from a 11 kW source meets your daily needs, there's no need to configure your Model S with additional charging equipment. The Mobile Connector will work for you.

The Mobile Connector comes with two adapters. One adapter allows you to plug into a 230 volt household outlet. The other adapter is for a red 16 A 3-phase (400 V) outlet or a blue 32 A (230 V) outlet, depending on the standard in your country. You probably don't have one in your home today, but an electrician can easily install it.

High Power Charging

If you have a long commute, we recommend configuring your Model S with Dual Chargers and ordering the Wall Connector (coming mid 2015). This pairing will allow you to recharge quickly overnight.

Even more charging info can be found on the Charging Page
Mobile Connector
Wall Connector
HOW DO I TAKE A ROAD TRIP?

Load up the car and start driving!

After an exhilarating few hours on the road, you’ll be ready for a pit stop

Using a Tesla Supercharger, you can refill over half your battery while you eat lunch

Plan your stops and you’ll be ready to answer the call of the open road.

Load up the car and start driving! After an exhilarating few hours, you’ll be ready for a pit stop. Using the Tesla Supercharger, you can refill over half your battery while you eat lunch.

Any Outlet Anywhere

There are many ways to charge on the road. Here’s what to look for.

Public Station

1
1
0
KMs of range
per hour of charging

Use your Type 2 charging connector. Charging stations can charge at rates of 14 km per hour and often as high as 110 km per hour. You can order a Type 2 connector enabling you to use more and more public stations.

CHAdeMO

1
3
6
KMs of range in
as little as 30 mins
of charging

Take advantage of CHAdeMO's network of 50 kW charging stations by enabling onboard hardware and purchasing an external adapter. CHAdeMO stations charge at rates up to 136 kilometers per half hour.

Supercharger

2
7
0
KMs of range in
as little as 30 mins
of charging

Using industry-leading technology, the Tesla Supercharger refills half the battery in as little as 20 minutes. During this year, Tesla is installing Superchargers on major routes throughout Europe. All Model S vehicles with the 85 kWh battery and the 60 kWh battery with supercharging enabled can use Tesla Superchargers.

HOW MUCH CAN I SAVE?

You Start Saving day one

Each time you zip past the petrol station in a Model S, you save Time, Money & Emissions

With the price at the pump on the rise, “refueling” with electricity saves many thousands of euros over the life of your car.

How much will YOU save?

You may need to get your own squeegee!

You start saving day one. Each time you zip past the petrol station, you save time, money, and emissions. Calculate your fuel savings – it adds up!

NO MORE: PETROL STATIONS

COST OF FUEL
National average is approx. per liter4
L/100KM
An equivalent petrol-powered car gets about liters per 100 km
L/100KM
PREMIUM SEDAN
TESLA MODEL S
Total fuel cost
Total fuel cost1&3
COST PER KILOWATT HOUR
The national average is approx. per kilowatt hour5
Kilometers Driven
0
15,000
30,000
45,000
60,000
75,000
90,000
105,000
120,000

Ownership Made Easy

Model S is easy to own. With just one moving piece in the motor, compared to hundreds in a gas engine, there are fewer things that can go wrong. That translates to less maintenance and service over time.

Low Maintenance

Forget oil changes, smog checks, and spark plugs. Model S requires just one routine check up each year or every 20,000 km. We make service super easy by sending a Tesla Service Ranger to your home or inviting you to visit one of our clean, welcoming Service Centers.

More about Service

Automatic Updates

Like most electronic devices today, it’s easy to update your software to get new features. There’s no need to visit a service center – you can upgrade your car in your driveway (wireless connectivity required).

Incentives for Purchase

If you thought owning a Tesla couldn't get any better, think again: there are incentives for both purchasing and driving electric vehicles! A Government Tax Credit may be available and many governments offer additional incentives like free parking, special charging rates, and HOV lane access.

Find local incentives

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