Tesla Car Facts That Will Leave Your Mind Blown

Tesla Car Facts That Will Leave Your Mind Blown

Tesla Model S is the safest car in the world. In safety tests by National Highway Safety Administration, Tesla Model S is the only car in the world to score 5 out of 5 stars.

Tesla makers are so sure of the car’s safety features, that they offer a lifetime insurance when you purchase the car.

Tesla Car Facts That Will Leave Your Mind Blown

Tesla Model S has a bioweapon defense mode. It even removes bacteria, spores, viruses, and pollens.

It has HEPA air filter system that protects asthma patients from getting asthma attacks due to pollution. It can filter out gases like acid gas and carbon monoxide.

It means that you can survive an apocalypse consisting of military grade bio attack by sitting in Tesla Model S.

While testing the car’s safety features, Tesla Model S broke the machine that was used to crush the car’s roof.

It is not needed to turn of Tesla Model S. It goes to sleep just like your computer when you park it your garage.

Elon Musk calls the Tesla factory as “alien dreadnought” inspired by a video game named so. It is the second largest building in the world.

Tesla Car Facts That Will Leave Your Mind Blown

The windshield of Tesla is the largest ever used in a production vehicle.

Tesla’s actual founders were Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning. Elon currently runs the company and holds only 23% of its shares.

Tesla’s makers do not spend any money on advertising. They make the cars as best as possible and solely rely on that for car’s publicity.

Tesla Model X weighs 2,276 kg (5,594 lbs), which is higher than any other electric vehicle.

Tesla Model X is stronger than utility poles. When it was crashed into utility poles for testing, the car suffered minimal damage.

Tesla Car Facts That Will Leave Your Mind Blown

It takes 30 minutes to fully charge Tesla Model X or S. The fully charged car can drive for 250 miles.

Elon Musk invested $70 million in Tesla. Tesla has never earned an annual profit until today.

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