Here’s What We Know About Tesla’s Car

At least that’s the takeaway from the introduction of a new entry-level model of Tesla that was revealed to CNN today. Called the S 70D, the latest addition costs a whopping $75K, which is just slightly pricier than the company’s previous starter, the Model S.

The S 70D will be an “all-wheel-drive electric car with a 0-to-60 time of 5.2 seconds and a 240-mile range at 65 mph,” according to Tesla’s site. “In addition to having independently operational front and rear motors, the 70D includes Supercharging to enable free long-distance travel, Autopilot hardware, navigation, blind-spot detection and many other features. As with every Model S, the 70D will receive free over-the-air updates that add functionality and improve the driving experience for years to come.”

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Which all sounds fine and dandy—and even better knowing you’re not using one ounce of gasoline—but for $75K, we fully expect it to fly, too.

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