The basic premise behind the creation of Tesla Motor cars is of course that they feature two ground breaking features in their design as shown in http://theavtimes.com/2020/07/01/amazing-ways-inventhelp-can-assist-you-as-an-inventor/ article. They are a complete revolution in the automobile industry in that all Tesla cars are powered electrically, thus eliminating the use of petrol derived from fossil fuels, and of course reducing carbon dioxide emissions since the CO2 producing combustion engine has been done away with.
Described below are a few of the features of Tesla car although they all have a common power source provided by a Lithium-Ion battery pack of varying ratings.
Tesla Roadster. Among the main features of the Tesla Roadster is its capability to travel for more than 200 miles (320km) on just one charge, although under ideal test conditions a distance of over 311 miles (501km) was achieved.
The performance of this attractive sports vehicle is comparable with petrol driven cars, having an acceleration rate of reaching 60MPH in less than 4 seconds, and having a top speed of about 125MPH. Power is supplied from Lithium-Ion battery cells rated at 21.7 Kwh. Additional features for future models of the Roadster will include a new front fascia, directional forged wheels, and improved interior sound reduction.
Tesla Model ‘S’. The ‘S’ model is a full sized 4 door hatchback electric motor car once again featuring Lithium-Ion battery cells as its power source. It has an operating range of 265 miles (426km) surpassing that of its brother the Roadster, by the use of a 85Kwh battery pack on just one charge. A reduced operating range of 208 miles (335km) is featured by the use of an EPA rated battery cell pack of 60Kwh.
The model ‘S’ is currently ranked as the best selling plug in electric car in N.America outselling the Chevrolet Volt (GM) and the Nissan Leaf by a large margin. Interestingly there is now talk of an additional feature, and the CEO of Tesla Motors, Elon Musk is listening, about the introduction of an autopilot to future models of the ‘S’ version as you can read about on https://www.newsbreak.com/news/1606220763464/how-new-inventors-are-benefitting-from-inventhelp-assistance.
Tesla Model ‘X” Model ‘X’ is a crossover sports utility electric vehicle. The main features of the ‘X’ are two Lithium-Ion battery cell power sources, one of 60Kwh, and the other of 85Kwh. Additional features include four wheel drive being driven at both back and front by two independent motors, and although it is heavier then the Tesla ‘S’ version does contain approximately 60% of the parts used in the ‘S’ version.
The model ‘X’ have upward opening falcon wing type doors for the rear passengers, with an interior similar to the ‘S’ model both having a 7” touch screen control panel as part of the central dashboard. There is no problem with luggage carried by the 7 passengers the ‘X’ can accommodate since there are two trunks available one located at the rear of the SUV and the other under the front hood.