Tesla Model S Owner Reportedly Involved in Unintended Acceleration Incident

Electric Vehicles often require special techniques to be driven properly, and the Tesla Model S is no exception – quite the contrary, actually. You have to get used to all the controls being on the central screen, the way the brake regeneration system cuts in, as well as the instant performance offered by the rear-mounted motor. The latter has proven to be a very powerful unit that really breathes (silent) life into the hefty sedan, motivating it with ease. Read more »

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