Finally Here: Tesla Motors Introduces the All-Wheel Drive Model S 70D

May 7th, 2015 § Comments Off on Finally Here: Tesla Motors Introduces the All-Wheel Drive Model S 70D § permalink

Tesla Model S 70D via #evmeerkat

We are proud to introduce the Model S 70D, an all-wheel drive electric car with a 0-60 time of 5.2 seconds and a 275 mile range (NEDC).

At the starting price of £55,380, Model S 70D offers you a broad and compelling set of features. Taking into account only fuel and road tax savings, the 70D could save an average driver £10,500 GBP over 5 years compared to an equivalently priced combustion engine car – company car drivers or those who drive into London can save substantially more.*

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.

70D also qualifies for a number of incentives** in the United Kingdom

  • £5,000 UK Government grant for every Model S (grant included in list price of Model S)
  • No Road Tax
  • 5% Benefit in kind for a company purchase
  • 100% First year allowance for company purchase until April 2018
  • Exemption from London Congestion Charge, potential saving of £2,520 per annum

“Things you should know” flyer about Tesla model S UK Benefits / Tax breaks #ev

January 29th, 2014 § Comments Off on “Things you should know” flyer about Tesla model S UK Benefits / Tax breaks #ev § permalink

UK Incentives

£5,000 UK Government grant for every Model S (grant included in list price of Model S)

No Showroom Tax or Road Tax

Exemption from London Congestion Charge
• Non-residents traveling into London can expect to pay a yearly subscription of £2,520

100% First Year Allowance for company purchase until April 2015

0% Benefit in Kind for a company purchase until April 2015, after which BIK is set at a rate of 5%
• A diesel powered executive car costing £49,900 with an emission rating of 150g/km CO2 would be taxed at over 24% BIK, and for individuals in the higher tax bracket of 40% this means that owning Model S could provide a saving of over £4,508 in the first year alone. (Cost comparison based on a £49,900 60kWh Model S at 0% BIK)

Model S emits zero tailpipe emissions so you will never pay for fuel again and have access to Tesla Superchargers across Europe for free, for life!

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