Consumer Reports Presents 10 Things You Might Not Know About Tesla Model S – Video

JUN 11 2015 BY MIKE ANTHONY 6

CR's Tesla Model S P85D

CR’s Tesla Model S P85D

Consumer Reports presents: “10 Things You Didn’t Know About The Tesla Model S.”

We prefer to say: “Might Not Know…” because some of the features seen here are no secret and we’re sure that at least a percentage of you know all 10 things presented. In fact, there are multiple videos out there demonstrating these features!

In case you’re not aware, most of these features are found on the newer Model S, like the adaptive cruise control, blind spot warnings, and automatically closing the charge port door.

Check out the video above and then let’s play a game. How many of these features were you already aware of? I got 9 out of 10.

If only we could actually take it underwater… Darn.

If only we could actually take it underwater… Darn.

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6 Comments on "Consumer Reports Presents 10 Things You Might Not Know About Tesla Model S – Video"

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Mike777
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Mike777

Unlike other sites, they actually test the car.

pjwood1
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pjwood1

Looks like Tesla sent them a bundt cake

ffbj
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ffbj

Let’s kiss and make up.

Anon
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Anon

Well, we know Consumer Reports didn’t know about the Tesla App starting the car… 😛

Ken
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Ken

I was expecting something really useful like: even if the battery in the keyfob is dead, you can still place it on the wiper cowl and the doors will unlock. Alot of people worry about what happens if the keyfob battery dies. I know someone who flatbedded a Leaf because they didnt know you could hold up a dead keyfob to the start button and the Leaf will still start. Funny things you learn when you really read the operators manual.

Lensman
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Lensman

I flunked; only 3 out of 10. 🙁