Tesla: Model S Named Best Car for 2013 by WealthTV
Dec 03, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Wealth TV, a luxury lifestyle and entertainment network, recently announced that Telsa's Model S has earned the network's Car of the Year Award, presented during the Los Angeles Auto Show.
In a release, the network noted:
Starting at just under $50,000 (with federal tax credits) Tesla's Model S has the beautiful lines of a European sports car costing several times more, yet there's plenty of room in its four door sedan to accommodate five comfortably.The instant response, rocket ship like acceleration (or should we say SpaceX like acceleration), combined with a smooth and quiet ride makes this luxury sedan a dream to drive.The 17" center console touch screen command center is friendly, full featured, and, like many features of the Model S, revolutionary.The body is all aluminum construction and we're proud to say, built in America.In case you haven't heard, as a footnote, we should mention that the Model S is 100 percent electric powered by advanced lithium ion battery technology.The only liquid needed is windshield wiper fluid and your favorite driver-friendly beverage.The Tesla Model S, available with a number of options, can not only help you save the planet by reducing your carbon footprint (all while making you the envy of all your friends and neighbors) but it's also the perfect gift for the person that has "almost" everything.
"At a starting price of just under $50,000, the value is tremendous.The Model S is unbelievably fast and very quiet.It's like driving a Bugatti with the ambience of a Bentley.It's clear that consumers are much more demanding and savvy when it comes finding a dream car.They want it all, from top performance and advanced gadgetry, luxury and stunning lines, to less fuel consumption.Tesla delivers in all these areas and more.Tesla is a reflection of where automotive ingenuity is headed," stated Robert Herring, Sr., CEO of Wealth TV.
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