Delivering utmost speed: 2020 Tesla Model S Review

Delivering utmost speed: 2020 Tesla Model S Review

There was an era where automobile came into an existence run on diesel and petrol and there is an era with upgrades electric vehicle will contribute towards changing the world. When the world is on the verge of destroying, catching fire or viruses which are endangered to society. We can at least contribute to a healthier environment by investing in electric vehicles.

The Model S has been prevailing in society from a longer duration which has appealed to a huge set of audiences that’s why it becomes a desired electric vehicle. 2020 Tesla Model S is prominent in the electric vehicle also attaining the major dominance with giving competition to high-end automakers i.e. Audi, BMW, and Porsche.

The Model S is intriguing among the users which deliver an impressive EPA of 373 miles in its Long Range variant. Tesla is just not about speed it is more about the use of autonomous technology with luxury interiors and top quality which will never hurt your expectations. It’s a blend of luxury in the EV segment who will stay longer in the market, Model S competes with the Porsche Taycan.

The Model S has a lot to offer in terms of the huge display, different speed modes i.e. Ludicrous mode and self-driving technology.

What new 2020 Tesla Model S is offering?

Tesla doesn’t run on the philosophy for making the model every year while the company has introduced a standard range variant in the year which has been discontinued in just a span of time. 2020 Tesla Model S is available with a Long Range model that delivers an EPA of 373 miles of range and in performance trims with an EPA of 348 miles and attains 0-60mph in 2.4 seconds.

The users can enjoy the rolling software updates and V3 supercharging which comes as a new charging architecture which reduces the average charge time by 25 percent also offers adaptive air suspension.

Charging leads to More Performance

The use of Electric vehicle is contributing to a healthier environment, with the electric motor designated to each in front and rear axles. The Model S offers all-wheel-drive in every model you choose. The driving range, acceleration and performance changes from model to model.

In the long-range trims, the battery covers a range of 373 miles and the performance model covers up to 348 miles. The Model S in the performance will roll like a beast on road with massive power and ludicrous driving mode which covers 0-60 mph in 2.8 seconds.

The charging duration is 8-10 hours with a 240-volt charger but with the use of Tesla supercharging station which drops the time about 75 minutes with a V3 supercharger.  People who can’t able to charge their Model S full can achieve 200 miles of range in 30 minutes with a supercharger.

The Model S comes as a nimble sports sedan with direct steering and controlled body motions. It has two different settings which allow the driver to choose between light or heavy steering effort. The Model S leaves a solid imprint on the road in terms of a comfortable ride and remains calm when cruising.

The Model S is a ferocious alternative to a gasoline vehicle who tends to deliver long-distance usability. In the performance version, the driving range face s some sacrifices due to their brutal acceleration.

As pretty as picture Interiors

With the price of $80,000, it raises the expectation of buyers which leads to expecting more luxury inside the car. For users who like minimal but subtle touches, the Model S cabin is easy on the eyes with a giant infotainment system that controls all the vehicle functions.

The Model S has a roofline that hides the lift gate when opened reveals 26 cubic foot trunk. The cabin is nice but you can’t expect a high-end luxury like in Mercedes Benz E-class and Volvo S90 also it has misaligned interior panels which shows Tesla has to work more growing as a new carmaker.

How many trims are available in the 2020 Tesla Model S?

The 2020 Model S comes in two different trims i.e. Long Range and Performance. They both vary in terms of pricing but states tend to offer tax credits on the use of electric vehicles which directly depends upon the state you’re living.

Long Range trim cost $79,900 which comes with all-wheel-type, set of driver assistance features with keyless ignition and entry. It has a 12-way power driver, heated front and rear seats, 17-inch touchscreen control pad, heated tilt, and telescopic steering wheel, a fixed glass panel roof, faux leather seating with an 8-year battery warranty.

The Model S Performance Trim comes with a price tag of $99,990 which delivers a range of 348 miles which is lesser but covers 0-60 miles in 2.4 seconds with a ludicrous mode. It has a standard carbon fiber spoiler also interior upgrades.

The Model S provides autopilot optional which costs an additional $7000 which allows the car to navigate itself, Auto Park, lane change and summon.  The system will sense traffic lights will respond to traffic lights also easily drive in the city traffic. You can attain the benefit of autonomous driving which makes it one of the best electric cars.


Safety and warranty coverage

The Tesla Model S comes with a set of driver assistance features which include automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitoring, and lane departure warning and assist. The Tesla Model S has passed the crash test with a good over-all rating by NHTSA also achieved a superior rating in crash and mitigation tests.

Tesla offers a complete warranty package for the protection of Model S powertrains and hybrid components. It offers limited warranty covers 4 years or 50,000 miles, powertrain warranty coverage for 8 years.


Basis Long Range Performance
Engine Electric Engine Electric Engine
Drivetrain all-wheel-drive all-wheel-drive
Transmission 1-speed automatic 1-speed automatic
EPA 115 city/ 107 highway/ 111 combined 104 city/ 104 highway/ 104 combined
MSRP $79,990 $99,990


What is ludicrous mode in Tesla Model S?

The all-new technology by Tesla which allows the car to accelerate faster in the “ludicrous mode” which boost 10% of the vehicle acceleration.

Which Tesla has the ludicrous mode?

The new Tesla S is the quickest production car in the world and with the inclusion of ludicrous mode, it is the third fastest accelerating car in the world which covers 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds.