2017 Tesla Model S Might Arrive At The Wrong Party
Tesla planned to dominate the full sized luxury sedan market in the US and this is exactly what they seem to have done. However an analyst thinks that the Tesla Model S could have arrived at the wrong party.
9, 156 units of the Tesla Model S have been sold in the third quarter of the year and this was a jump of 59% in comparison to the same the previous year. Tesla sold twice the vehicles that Mercedes-Benz managed to do.
But some people have said that the Tesla Model S should not be classed among the large luxury sedan as it should be in the midsized category. People have said this due to the fact that it comes with a price of $30,000 less than what you pay for the Mercedes S-Class and it comes in at $16,000 less than the BMW 7-Series.
So what do you think? Should the Tesla Model S be put into the midsized category and not the large category?