Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Tesla August Update: New Features for Model S and Model X

Model S and Model X are the quickest and safest cars in their class and now include new standard features at no additional cost. Smart Air Suspension provides better handling, efficiency and ride comfort with automatic location based vehicle height adjustments. In addition new, test drive and inventory Model S and Model X 75 kWh vehicles received an over the air software update and now have improved performance, with the ability to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph one second faster.

Model X is now available in a new seven seat configuration, with second and third row seats that fold flat for maximum cargo space.

Tesla Destination Supercharger Europe

Receive Free Supercharging and £750 in Credit

Tesla recently launched the newest phase of the Tesla Referral Programme, providing Tesla owners with the opportunity to give five friends free, unlimited Supercharging, along with £750 in credit toward a new Model S or Model X. If you’re interested in purchasing a Tesla, just ask friends who currently own a Model S or Model X to learn more about their ownership experience. Check out the full programme details here.

Self-Power your home with Powerwall and Solar

Tesla now offers a complete clean energy solution, allowing you to generate, store and use your own renewable energy. Powerwall is a home battery that seamlessly integrates with new or existing solar panels so you can reduce your reliance on grid electricity and run your home off solar day and night. Through the Tesla mobile app, you will have full visibility and control over your self-powered home. Learn more about Powerwall.

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