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All-electric drivetrain; luxurious interior with plenty of space, great performance, good looks; competitive pricing
Since its introduction in mid-2012 as a 2013 model, the Tesla Model S has forced the industry to rethink the luxury car segment. Rather than adhering to traditional model years, Tesla makes running changes as needed throughout the calendar year. 2015 sees the introduction of a new trim level as well as the welcome addition of an all-wheel drive system. Rather than employing a traditional all-wheel drive system, the Tesla Model S D simply adds another motor to the drivetrain, this time powering the front axle (hence the D for "Dual motor.") Adding all-wheel drive in such a manner has other consequences however. With an extra motor comes extra power, and the performance version of the Model S now features close to 700 hp in addition to four driven wheels.