Tesla has, over its relatively short time in the US market, established itself as the leading automaker of highly proficient and practical electric vehicles. There’s perhaps no vehicle other than a bicycle that’s more eco-friendly, and that leaves a smaller footprint than any of Tesla’s small cars.
This is a list of the Tesla compact car models currently for sale in the USA:
|Tesla Model 3||271 hp||Electric||$40,240|
|Tesla Model Y||425 hp||Electric||$47,490|
|Tesla Roadster||1,360 hp||Electric||$200,000|
Tesla’s small car range may comprise only a few models, but they cover key segments like sedans, crossovers, and sports cars. Along with some of the most impressive EV performance qualities in the classification, Teslas are also really dapper-looking cars with their futuristic aesthetics and contemporary high-tech interiors. But now that the electric vehicle market is growing, do small Tesla cars offer enough to stay ahead of the competition?