Model S Standard Range

Potential rebate
Total range
515 km


The Tesla Model S Standard Range, the pioneer of the electric vehicle revolution, still holds its own amidst modern rivals. With a maximum range of 405 miles on a single charge and a 1020-hp Plaid performance model that hits 60 mph in just 2.1 seconds, this car remains a competitive force.

Despite its evolution since sparking the electric vehicle revolution, the 2023 Tesla Model S today faces stiff competition from newer entrants boasting flamboyant features and superior driving ranges. However, despite this, the sedan-like hatchback retains its competitiveness. The Model S boasts an impressive range of up to 405 miles on a single charge. Furthermore, the high-performance tri-motor Plaid edition, with a staggering 1020 horsepower, can accelerate to 60 mph in an astonishingly quick 2.1 seconds – comparable to some of the most expensive hypercars in the world.

While criticism has been aimed at its six-figure price tag and less-than-luxurious interior, especially when contrasted against contemporary rivals, it’s essential to remember that this car offers more than meets the eye. An unusual yoke-style steering wheel may have seemed off-putting to some; however, Tesla has responded to customer feedback by reintroducing the option for a traditional steering wheel.

The 2023 Model S remains Tesla’s flagship model, providing users with access to the latest software updates and Tesla’s advanced—though occasionally controversial—AutoPilot hands-free driving mode. Despite newer competition, for those in search of an EV with a blend of range, performance, and access to cutting-edge technology, the Tesla Model S remains a strong contender.

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About this vehicle

Model S Standard Range
Model year
Passenger capacity
5 seats
Cargo volume
793 litres
Fuel type
Electric range
515 km
Total range
515 km
Battery size
75.00 kWh
4.00s to 60mph
All-Wheel Drive

Fuel and charging

Charging at home
Cost per battery charge
Time to charge
~ 8 hours, 30 minutes
Maximum charging speed
16.0 kW AC, 250.0 kW DC
Fuel impact
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