The Tesla Model S (regardless of how successful you think it is) is a good looking 7-seater built on some pretty impressive technology. But is it good enough for you to give up the explosive power of petrol?
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Elon Musk, whatever you think of him as a person or his inventions, certainly has a vision. And his vision is a future with space tourism and without oil-burning cars. But he's a lot more than just talk. He'll sell you a surprisingly clever and practical car that'll run for hundreds (or hundreds upon hundreds) of miles without a drop of sweet crude.
Is getting your hands on a Model S (or a used Roadster, or maybe a pre-production Model X) worth quitting cold turkey? You won't be able to drive many other cars, but you're getting a free ride on the (possible) future-train pretty early on. Your neighbors will be impressed, not only by your car, but also by the silencing of your leaf-blower.
Would you do it? Let us know down below.