Automobile Magazine’s 2012 Car of the Year: Tesla S

Not surprisingly, Automobile magazine names Tesla S car of the year in a upcoming issue. “It’s the performance that won us over,” Automobile Editor-in-Chief Jean Jennings said in the magazine’s January 2013 issue.

Even though the Tesla S car is an electronic vehicle, it will make drivers feel like they are driving a car with a real engine. Did we forget to mention there is no engine?

This model can run fast from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 4.3 seconds. The Tesla S model already beats the fastest BMW in its’ calss and doesn’t need a key to insert to run also has no button to push. The driver will just sit down and with the key is in your pocket, it will automatically turn on. All you have to do step on the brake and into Drive and the car will go.

Tesla Model S InteriorIn the Tesla S model owners can utilize the built in iPad-ish touch screen where everything is there such as Internet and email. This model can also hold up to seven people and because it has no Engine, you can use both back and front to put store your belongings.

The price of this model starts at 50 thousand dollars if you choose to buy the car with the battery endourance of 160 miles and if you choose the upgraded model with the battery longevity of of 300 miles, that will set you back at 100 thousand dollars. There are 250 of this models been sold so far and they are expected to reach upwards to 3,200 cars before this year ends.

Upon purchasing this model you are entitled to their enclosed car transport for initial delivery to the dealership. The manufacture has their own affiliate car transport companies and auto shipping broker that offers car transport services to any buyer that are cheaper than other auto transport companies. These transport companies also offer different car shipping quotes such as door to door auto transport, car shipping across the country and the auto transport terminal to terminal for other vehicle needs. But their car shipping cheap prices aren’t always the best so research your carriers prior to ever making a payment.