Tesla Model S P100D: The App!

With a Tesla comes a Tesla app for iOS and Android. Here’s what it can do!

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Intro Track: Ongoing Thing by 20syl, Oddisee


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The Tesla Model S is in a class of its own in nearly all categories you look at. When it comes to depreciation, it also outperforms all the other Electric Vehicles (EVs) as well as the gas-powered (ICE) cars with a similar price tag. If you’re looking in the higher-end affordable luxury market, or the real luxury market you will be hard-pressed to find a better value for your dollar.

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The four broad categories of expenses to look at when calculating the exact price of a car, EV or otherwise, are fuel, insurance, maintenance/repairs, and depreciation. The first three are out-of-pocket expenses that require you to spend money however depreciation is the largest of the four categories by far. The main difference with depreciation is that you don’t spend this money, rather, you lose the money when you go to sell the vehicle. Unlike other ICE cars or EVs I bet you won’t want to actually ever sell your Tesla, but in case you do, I wanted to provide some insight using the data I found.

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The data from Autolist.com shows that when comparing a Tesla Model S to other luxury vehicles with a similar price tag, it retains its value from 30-60% better over a span of 30-100k miles. Since the Tesla Model S engine is rated to go nearly 500K miles the typical comparison of five years doesn’t really make sense since it would be almost impossible to drive that distance in that time.

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Supercharger Map – https://public.tableau.com/profile/bens#!/vizhome/TeslaSuperchargerNetworkCosts/USACARates
Model S Calculator – https://www.tesla.com/models/design
Teslarati Ins. Claim – http://www.teslarati.com/model-s-owner-endures-insurance-woes-repairs/
Consumer Reports Rating – http://www.consumerreports.org/car-reliability/car-reliability-survey-2016/
KBB Cost to Own – https://www.kbb.com/new-cars/total-cost-of-ownership/
Autolist Homepage – https://www.autolist.com/
Tesla Depreciation Graphic on Autolist – https://www.autolist.com/tesla-model+s-san+francisco-ca#sort_filter=distance%3Aasc&section=news&s=a
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// What is an Electric Vehicle? (wikipedia.org)
An electric vehicle (EV), also referred to as an electric drive vehicle, uses one or more electric motors or traction motors for propulsion. An electric vehicle may be powered through a collector system by electricity from off-vehicle sources, or may be self-contained with a battery or generator to convert fuel to electricity.[1] EVs include road and rail vehicles, surface and underwater vessels, electric aircraft and electric spacecraft.

EVs first came into existence in the mid-19th century, when electricity was among the preferred methods for motor vehicle propulsion, providing a level of comfort and ease of operation that could not be achieved by the gasoline cars of the time. The internal combustion engine (ICE) has been the dominant propulsion method for motor vehicles for almost 100 years, but electric power has remained commonplace in other vehicle types, such as trains and smaller vehicles of all types.

// What is a Tesla Model S? (wikipedia.org)
The Tesla Model S is a full-sized all-electric five-door, luxury liftback, produced by Tesla Inc., and introduced in June 2012.[10] It scored a perfect 5.0 NHTSA automobile safety rating, as well as being the “third fastest accelerating production car ever produced,” and the fastest accelerating car in production as of December 2016.[11] The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official range for the 2012 Model S Performance model equipped with an 85 kWh (310 MJ) battery pack is 265 miles (426 km), higher than any other electric car at the time.[12][13][14] EPA rated its energy consumption at 237.5 watt-hours per kilometer (38 kWh/100 mi or 24 kWh/100 km) for a combined fuel economy of 89 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (2.64 L/100 km or 107 mpg‑imp).
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