In 2012, the American automotive company, Tesla, launched the Tesla Model S. Although the Tesla Model S has become a little old variant of the company, it is the most popular car, not just electric car, in the USA. The people are fond of the all-electric sedan which is capable of covering considerable miles in a single charge. According to a recent survey by the Autowise, Tesla Model S is the dream car for most of the people in the USA.
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Recently, Autowise conducted a survey where the collected data mainly from the US audience. People were asked to vote for the car, which they felt is their dream car. Through a Twitter post, or by using hashtags, the website concluded Tesla Model S is the Dream Car for most of the citizens in the USA. The Map shows the data collected. The all-electric sedan won the competition by securing the first position among twenty different states.
The American manufacturers have indeed won the American hearts, consumers are satisfied with the contribution from the Tesla Motors. Now, the company is working hard to bring the a new variant of the Tesla Model S. It will be a seven-seater all-electric sedan, with triple motors, and even faster performance than the Model S P100D. The vehicle is being tested at Nürburgring, one of the world’s most difficult tracks.
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The company is also working on improving its range and fixing the bugs in Model S.
Tesla Model S, the most popular car, was the one which changed the scenario for the American company. The company is always working on improving their technology and tries to deliver what their potential customers want. After 2012, there was no looking back for Tesla Motors. The company will continue until it conquers the all-electric segment in the automotive industry. With its consistent performance and improvement in electrical technology, the popular electric car company is becoming better day by day.