Tesla has made big moves to solidify its hold in the electric car space, even with competition beginning to mount.
The automaker recently announced that its Tesla Model X and Model S cars with Ludicrous mode were getting longer ranges and faster acceleration times thanks to a battery upgrade. Tesla CEO Elon Musk also revealed the much-awaited Model 3 in March, which has a sweet starting price of $ 35,000.
We decided to break down how the new and improved Tesla cars stack up to the competition when it comes to price, range, horsepower, and speed. Here’s what we found.
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