Everything You Wanted To Know About Tesla: What’s Driving You?

So here’s a quick question for you: if you could have any car that is currently available, which one would you select? We may all dream of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, and Porsches, but they probably wouldn’t do so well for our day-to-day driving. A Corvette would be nice, but gosh darn they are pretty small and don’t have a lot of trunk room. Hmm, what else is available to us? Oh yeah, a Tesla.

So just exactly what is a Tesla? The good folks at Tesla make a Model S, a Model X, and soon a Model 3. The Model S is designed from the ground up to be the safest, most exhilarating sedan on the road. With unparalleled performance delivered through Tesla’s unique, all-electric powertrain, Model S accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in as little as 2.5 seconds. Model S comes with Autopilot capabilities designed to make your highway driving not only safer, but stress free.

If you’ve never seen a Tesla up close, these cars are fantastic. They are all electric and so there is no motor – just a very large battery. The driver has a massive touch screen panel positioned so that he or she can control every aspect of the car with a touch. The car even comes with a wireless link that allows the car’s software to be automatically updated at night without you being involved.

Yes, you probably will eventually own one of these masterpieces. Shouldn’t you find out everything about them that you can? Good news – your IEEE PACE team is going to reveal all of the secrets that go into a Tesla to you. Representatives from Tesla are going to come and tell us everything that we ever wanted to know about their cars. Oh, and there is going to be an opportunity to sign up to take a test drive in a Tesla (more on that later on)!

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 16th, from 6:00pm – 7:30pm.

It will be held at the TECO Plaza which is located at 702 N. Franklin St, Tampa.

Register online at: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/46274

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