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Almost on its own, Tesla has proven that electric vehicles can be desirable, combining outstanding performance and high-tech interiors with usable driving range. The Model X crossover has room for up to seven. It’s also the most expensive Tesla, featuring the unique Falcon Wing doors. You have your pick of two sedans: the larger, more expensive Model S is a hot rod. The smaller, less pricey Model 3 Performance isn’t far behind. The company has also revealed its wildly styled pickup truck, the Cybertruck.

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Full-size, mid-size, compact, subcompact, and off-roaders

2023 Tesla Model X

Starting at $111,630

2023 Tesla Model X

The 2023 Tesla Model X exemplifies the EV automakers' brand ethos with its quick acceleration, high-tech software, and host of gimmicky features.

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Tesla Model X Model Years
2023 Tesla Model Y

Starting at $52,630

2023 Tesla Model Y

Whereas the Model 3 nails its mission with impressive handling and range, the 2023 Model Y feels like a lazy effort to appeal to the SUV-buying public.

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Sedans, coupes, convertibles, and wagons

2023 Tesla Roadster

Starting at $200,000 est

2023 Tesla Roadster

Touted to make its return to the lineup in 2023, the new Tesla Roadster picks up where the old model left off.

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Tesla Roadster Model Years


Full-size, mid-size, compact, crew-cab, extended cab, and regular cab

2023 Tesla Cybertruck

Starting at $39,900

2023 Tesla Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck looks like it was dropped off by an alien race, but it has the capabilities to challenge all of the top-selling pickup trucks.

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Tesla Cybertruck Model Years


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