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Electric vehicles have long been criticised for their limited range, with some even having their practicality compared to battery powered golf carts. But with the promise of style, speed and distance, the new Tesla Model S is out to prove all naysayers wrong.
Named after inventor Nikola Tesla who first introduced the application of the alternating current in electric circuits, the car has wowed auto enthusiasts all over the world, even garnering the 2013 Car of The Year Award from Motor Trend; it is the first time an electric vehicle has received the top prize in the magazine’s 64-year history. Continue reading