Tesla's high-class status amongst the electric car industry, coupled with a unique direct-to-consumer sales model, means the company's range of vehicles are a l
Tesla's high-class status amongst the electric car industry, coupled with a unique direct-to-consumer sales model, means the company's range of vehicles are a little less common in New Zealand, with typically fewer listings than some of the bigger carmakers.
However, we expect the number of Kiwi Tesla drivers to grow over the coming years as the move to electric cars accelerates.
This does mean though that buying a new or used Tesla is your chance to own something relatively rare, yet future-proof - a very uncommon mix when it comes to cars.
But it's impossible to not think of the future when buying a Tesla. It is, after all, the reason the American carmaker exists.
With sleek, futuristic designs across all models, incredible electric batteries lasting hundreds of kilometres per charge, and a heap of power, speed and technology (like auto pilot and self-driving capabilities), a Tesla is a fantastic choice for anyone looking for an environmentally-friendly, yet luxury car.
The entry-level Tesla, the hugely successful Model 3, starts from around $76,000 when bought new.