Elon Musk Unveils New Features of Telsa’s All- Wheel- Model
Tesla revealed some of the major new features which are going to equip its electric Sedans. Elon Musk Telsa's founder and CEO and announced a new version of Tesla Model S which will be a high performance vehicle with an all wheel drive. It will also be geared to move from 0 to 60 within 3.2 seconds. Besides being extremely fast, the car is also equipped with a couple of extra efficient automation features.
This is not a new model of its kind in the market as other car makers have already introduced cars that go this fast but those are considered to be in the category of super cars. Most of them are on the brink of becoming road legal and the new model introduced by Tesla has everything to fit that group.
The car will automatically adjust to the speed limit changes so that you do not get a speeding ticket in case you did not pay attention to the speed limit changing sign. It also comes with features like parallel parking assistance and adaptive cruise control.
Few of the states have already made self-driving cars legal with a few restrictions like the detail that somebody has to be occupying the driver's seat while the car drives around. Tesla also announced a kind of self-driving system for parking which this car will be equipped with.
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