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Tesla Lets You Test Drive New Model S With Autopilot & Dual-Motor All-Wheel-Drive

Calm down, calm down guys, your dream cars have just arrived. You are now able to test drive the AWD Tesla Model S. Here are what you need to do:

And here we go, Tesla will contact you for the details of your test drive (it took them just half of day to contact me for a test drive).

Screen Shot 2015-01-29 at 11.04.55 AMThe Tesla AWD Model S (or P85D) with dual-motor saves a second from the already-quick Model S, which is capable of hitting 100 MPH speed in less than 4 seconds. “Literally, everything about the car improves with dual-motor,” said Elon Musk.

More importantly, the all-wheel-drive and dual-motor features will help to increase efficiency. Tesla promises the 60D will get 225 miles on a charge, compared with 215 miles for the base model. The 85D will also get an extra 10 miles, for a total of 295 miles.

There is autopilot too. You can read details about it here. The software has been updated to all the Model S, allowing them to have the most sophisticated driver assistance or autonomous functions. Elon said that the company expects to have a “fully autonomous car” in five or six years, with the regulators maybe taking two or three years beyond that to approve. Very exciting!

Want to get more excitement before your test drive? This video might give you some “ecstasy”:

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