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Tesla Model S performance version to rival BMW M5Sun, 02 Oct 2011
Tesla Model S with M5 Performance Our inherent scepticism about Elon Musk’s claims for the Tesla Model S refuses to go away, but Tesla are convinced they can deliver the Model S with a 300-mile range, great looks, great performance and top-end tecchy goodness at a sub-$70k price tag. And now, it seems, there is going to be a Tesla Model S with performance to rival the BMW M5. At an event yesterday in California, Elon Musk revealed that at launch – the Model S is expected to be hit the road in 2012 with UK cars arriving in 2013 – the Model S will in fact have four variants on offer.
Tesla Roadster Sport – fresh photosThu, 20 Aug 2009
Tesla has released new images of the Tesla Roadster Sport as the order book opens But despite the hype on the Tesla Model S earlier in the year, the next model to arrive will be the Tesla Roadster Sport – a beefed up version of the current Roadster. And Tesla are ramping up the awareness by releasing the new pictures you see here. The Roadster Sport gets 15% more peak power that the standard Roadster, which should propel the little Roadster to 60 mph in around 3.7 seconds, which is no mean feat, despite the Roadster’s dinky dimensions.
Peugeot Epure concept (2006): first official picturesFri, 08 Sep 2006
By Chris Chilton First Official Pictures 08 September 2006 00:01 The lowdown Peugeot calls it a concept but let's not kid ourselves: this is the 207CC. A successor to the 206CC, the car that brought folding metal hardtops to the woman in the street, next spring's production CC will look almost identical to the Epure. But don't expect to find the concept's engine under the showroom CC's nose: the Epure employs hydrogen power.