Favorite features of every Tesla you can buy new or used
I wrote my first words about Tesla in January 2008. In the ten years since, the company has gone from selling one car to selling three, and from delivering a few thousand vehicles the early 2010s to 250,000 in 2018.
As it turns out, I’ve driven every model the company has ever sold, starting with the now-discontinued original Roadster to the highest-spec version of the new Model 3 sedan.
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Each of the vehicles has its particular charms, quirks, and appealing features. I found myself reflecting on them at the beginning of 2019 as we look forward to some new machines from Elon Musk’s plucky automaker: the Model Y SUV, a new Roadster, and perhaps even a pickup truck.
Here are all my favorite features on the Tesla’s I’ve driven: