editors-blog-entry3Is it just me, or does the Tesla Model S get you excited?

How can it not, especially the high-end model with the giant 85 kWh battery pack and the extra performance, performance that can rocket the all-electric car from 0-60 mph in a serious g-force inducing 4.4 seconds?

If you watch the Edmunds.Com Model S Track Test video embedded above and don’t come away totally impressed, and hot for Tesla, I’m not sure what’s wrong with you.

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Yeah, it is a $100k car. But so are a lot of high-end gas sports cars, and they aren’t nearly so hot – and cool – at the same time as the high end Model S, which can not only rocket from 0-60 mph in less time than it takes you to log in to your e-mail, but which is the future, not the past, of sports car driving!

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In fact, it’s hard for me to believe that the whole automotive world isn’t as fired up about the Model S as I am.

If I had $100k to burn, I’d be leaping into a Model S yesterday and fueling its speedy electric motor with 100-percent, green, clean solar energy.

But maybe I’m just a freak and most “normal” automotive aficionados would rather plop down $100k on some filthy, loud, gas stinker.

I hope that’s not the case. Because, as big a big mouth as Tesla CEO Elon Musk is – something that undercuts the underdog status of the upstart EV maker in an odd but also significant way — I’m pulling, really pulling, for Tesla to hit the big time and to show the automotive world and the arrogant – not to mention ignorant – EV naysayers, heck, the whole world, that EVs rock in a very serious way!

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