Last updated 03-Jan-2023
Tesla technically have 4 models in the line up albeit with very different degrees of availability, in some areas it has been just the Model 3. With the Model Y now starting to ship in Europe and the new Model S in America choice is finally starting to increase globally. While most buyers are familiar with a number of the key differences, we've put together a side by side comparison of all 4 of the current models that Tesla offer. It's worth acknowledging that the specification of the cars has changed over the years, so this applies to the current new car specification. Older models, especially of the Model S and Model X, may not have some of the current options, or they may have been a cost option at the time. In essence, specifications change over time, so while we try to maintain the accuracy of this, please confirm any specific aspect in your region if your buying decision depends on it.
Many of the feature differences in the past, such as heatred rear seats, heated steering wheel, laminated glazing, etc are now present on all models leaving much less to differentiate the cars from a checklist point of view. Even the range is very comparable. The differences now largely relate to items such as quality of the materials and the suspension smoothness.
* Tesla continually tweak the performance and range of the cars and the otherwise similar cars can be different, for instance the MS had its EPA range increased by 6 miles in late 2020 but there is no way obvious way to know this from the car.
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