Tesla Model 3:
Although originally intended to be an electric car for the masses, the 2019 Tesla Model 3 is instead more of an all-electric alternative to compact luxury sedans. The promised $35,000 Model 3 is now available only by special order, meaning the least expensive version available to order online starts at $41,100—in the territory of the BMW 3-series and the Mercedes-Benz C-class. The Model 3’s available driving range starts at 240 miles for the base Standard Range Plus Battery model and goes up to 310 for the Long Range Battery model.
The Standard Range Plus Battery model is the best value. It provides 240 miles of driving range, which should be enough for the majority of drivers. This model also comes with desirable features such as heated front seats and navigation.
The Model 3 carries its battery under the floor, resulting in a low center of gravity. This helps it change direction crisply and feel planted and stable in corners. The steering is accurate and well weighted, with three different settings that adjust the level of steering effort. The ride is firm without being harsh; without the noise of a gas-powered engine, however, you do hear plenty of noise inside as the tires thwack and thrum over pavement imperfections.
The various versions of the Model 3 are rated at between 116 MPGe and 133 MPGe by the EPA. Our test vehicle, however, managed only 84 MPGe when we took it on our 200-mile highway fuel-economy test. The Model 3 offers several different options for charging: Tesla’s network of fast-charging stations called Superchargers, adapters for DC public-charging stations and 240-volt and 120-volt outlets, and a home-charging station.
Tesla Model S:
The Model S is both the ultimate eco-friendly luxury car and an absurdly fast sports sedan—so we love it, of course. With an aptly named “Ludicrous Mode,” the top-spec, all-wheel-drive P90D touts a 2.8-second run to 60 mph. The 90, 85D, 85, 70D, and 70 trims dial back performance and range slightly as you step down, but still offer a classy cabin and electrifying driving experience. Range anxiety is almost eliminated, thanks to generous battery capacity and an ever-growing Supercharger network.
Boasting up to 337 miles of range, the Model S is the all-electric dream car envied by many. Icing on the cake is Ludicrous mode, which blasts the top P100D to 60 mph in a claimed 2.5 seconds. The lower-spec models offer reduced driving ranges and features. Luxury items such as an air filter that Tesla says can protect occupants from bioweapons and pollutants—plus available high-tech features such as Tesla’s Autopilot—seal the deal.
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Tesla Model X:
Model X is one of the safest SUVs ever. Built from the ground up as an electric vehicle, the body, chassis, restraints and battery technology provide a very low probability of occupant injury. It has the most storage room of any SUV in its class, comfortable seating for up to seven adults and the capability to tow up to 5,000 pounds. Falcon Wing doors are equipped with sensors to monitor the proximity of surroundings, and can open in even the tightest parking spaces.
Tesla’s all-electric powertrain delivers unparalleled performance in all weather conditions, with Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, adaptive air suspension and the quickest acceleration of any SUV on the road—from zero to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds.
Model X is built to provide the most convenient interior experience ever—with best in class storage, seating for up to seven adults and an expansive 17-inch touchscreen. A seven-seat configuration option comes standard with fold-flat seats for maximum cargo space.
The long wait is finally over, and the new mid-engine Chevy Corvette is as good as we could have imagined. So good, in fact, that it earned 2020 “10 Best Award” right out of the gate. Available as either a coupe with a removable roof panel or a convertible with a retractable hard top, the revolutionary Chevy has a 6.2-liter V-8 making 490 horsepower that endows it with super car performance.
The Corvette is available as either a coupe or a convertible with a folding hard top. We’d pick the convertible so we can hear the V-8’s roar unhindered. We’d go with the 1LT version, which starts at $67,495, and add to it only the Z51 package ($5000) to keep our Corvette as performance oriented and affordable as possible. Our Corvette stickers at $72,495.
The interior design takes the driver-focused concept to the max, bisecting the cockpit with a tall bank of switches for the car’s climate-control system. Overall, the new Vette’s cabin is quite good. Upgrading to the 3LT package gets you upgraded materials such as sewn leather on most of its interior surfaces, plus carbon-fiber trim.
The new Corvette offers two trunk areas, one ahead of the passenger compartment and one behind the engine, for a total of 13 cubic feet of storage space. Chevrolet says the Corvette can fit two sets of golf clubs in the rear compartment when they are stacked on top of each other.