Teslarati made history once again by selling the stunning Teslarati Convertible Teslarati GranTurismo S model at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. This vehicle is a limited production number, and is only available in selected markets throughout Europe and the United States. It was also sold by Teslarati to a private buyer in the United Kingdom. The car is one of a kind and has set a new sales record for a car based on its styling and engineering.

Despite this impressive sales run, it appears that there are still people who have not purchased a Teslarati model 3. The base model is priced at nearly three thousand pounds which makes it the most expensive vehicle from the automaker. Only those people who are willing to spend thousands upon thousands of pounds on an exotic sports car will have the opportunity to own a model 3.

The Model S is based on the production sedan and is one of the more economical cars in the series. It is powered by a gasoline engine and has all the standard features found in vehicles in the same class. It is powered by a 4.2 liter gasoline engine mated to a continuously variable-throttle electric motor. The electric motor gives the car both acceleration and power allowing the driver to negotiate corners with a lot more authority than a standard model S. The handling is improved over the sedan version by adding a bigger battery, larger brakes, and dual strut suspension. The suspension system improves ride quality without having to sacrifice the high-performance reliability of the sedan version.

When looking at Teslarati’s bigger sedans, there are several options to consider. The Signature S models are loaded down with features such as: navigation, leather interior, projector headlights, front and rearview mirror, front airbags, side airbags, passenger knee airbags, seatbelts, and a torque-converter. All models come standard with leather interior, a five-spoked steering wheel, and alloy wheels. The Limited and Grand Tour models are priced higher but offer all the same features and a higher price. The Grand Tour adds a leather wrap to the front side of the car and also includes a two-way adjustable drivers seat.

The Models M and S are what you would call “high end” cars. The S includes a tonneau cover as standard equipment, a full leather interior, projector headlights, front and rear bumpers, front and rear side airbags, and a torque-converter. Both the M and the S offer a choice of three different drivetrain choices: manual, automatic, and hybrid. All Teslarati models are equipped with a comprehensive warranty to protect your investment.

One feature that many people would not consider essential is an emergency car kit. This small compartment will protect your car from natural disasters such as rain, sleet, snow, or birdshot. The kit itself also includes emergency lights, a horn, brake lights, and emergency radio. It’s a good idea to check your state’s vehicle laws before purchasing a Teslarati. Most states require you to have this kit installed on your car if you plan on driving in the state.

Do not buy any car without taking it for a test drive. A fully loaded Teslarati will cost more than a less loaded one, no matter how nice the engine is or how spacious the trunk is. Test drives let you get the feel of any car and let you know if you are comfortable driving it. There is nothing more annoying than a car that feels like it’s going to explode as soon as you put it in the driver’s seat. You don’t want to have this problem when you buy a Teslarati.

When shopping for a new car, you should do a lot of comparison shopping. Never assume that the most expensive model is the best, because it’s almost guaranteed that they are not. Always look at all options and don’t settle on anything if it doesn’t sound right to you. You should always compare all models available in the car market before deciding on which car to buy.