Different Beast (Tesla) Models – Which one is for you?

So you are finally ready to try a Beast and get a feel of electrons under your feet! But the main question is which model to choose from and what are the main differences? Beast is currently operating in five countries: Estonia, Finland, Norway, Latvia, and Lithuania. Let me give you a quick overview of our current fleet models and how they differ from each other.

Different Tesla models

Model 3 Standard Range 

Tesla’s entry level models main difference, compared other same model variations, is that the standard range vehicle has slightly lower battery range then it’s bigger brothers and the standard comes equipped with a rear wheel drive. If now your first thought is, oh, it is like a BMW, then let me stop you there! Although the vehicle has rear wheel drive, it still acts as a 4×4,  so the car will handle well in winter conditions as well. Smaller battery range means that when you charge the car to our recommended 90% limit, it will show you approximately 330 km range. (Sidenote: during winter, due to colder weather conditions, the range drops down to about 250 km. Acceleration from 0 to 100 takes 5,6 seconds, which is quite impressive for an entry level vehicle. 

Model 3 Long Range  

If you are looking to do longer trips rather than regular city cruising, then the Long Range model is the one for you. Battery range of 430 km gives you enough range for a fun road trip! With the current charging network, a small coffee break for 30-45 minutes gives your car enough juice for the trip to continue. The main difference alongside the Standard Range is the vehicle’s all-wheel drive system. This also gives you better acceleration (4,4 seconds 0 to 100 km), not to mention, better traction. Again, current colder weather means your battery drains a little more quickly and you will get a real range of about 320-350 km. 

Model 3 Performance 

If you are a fan of sports cars, then this one’s for you. Acceleration of 3,3 seconds leaves most of the other cars in your rear view mirror and a more aggressive look with rims, coloured brake calipers and a small carbon spoiler gives you a hint that the Beast is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Big turbine rims and red brake calipers are the main difference when first looking at the Performance model. Similar to the Long Range, the Performance is also equipped with an all-wheel drive system. The interior is pretty much identical through all models. 

Model 3 Standard Range
Model 3 Long Range
 Model 3 Performance
Performance model rims & spoiler

Model Y Long Range 

Model Y is basically a little puffed version of the Model 3. Higher seating position and more cargo space make this a very popular choice for a family car. When booking a car for your next road trip, just let us know if you  need child booster seats and we will assemble them in the car. Acceleration wise, the Model Y Long Range does 0-100km/h in just 5 seconds. This is very impressive for a smaller SUV, not to mention the battery range of 533 km, which is more than enough for a road trip with family or friends. 

Model X Performance 

Here is the Beast that is called the one Beast to rule them all – Model X Ludicrous Performance. 6 seater SUV, which accelerates 0 to 100 km per hour in Ludicrously 2,8 seconds. This is insane if we read that this beast weighs 2,5 tons. Iconic falcon wing doors, which open like a spaceship, is Model X-s main attraction. Battery range of almost 600 km is again, more than  enough for taking your grandparents to a road trip with this Beast and giving  them a feeling that their grandchild is like Marty McFly from the movie Back to the Future. 

Beast Model Y

Currently we do not have Model S’ in our app.

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