An owner of a Tesla Model S 60 is coming close to wrapping up a coast-to-coast-to-coast trip in the best mass-produced car on the planet. No “surprise” problems. No “range anxiety.” Nope. Just love for the wonderful Model S and a lot of driving. Oh yeah, and some awesome pictures.
Ethan Weinstein tweeted me last week from his journey, which is from Hawthorne, California to Virginia Beach and back. It’s a cool drive that he has been documenting on Twitter, but what I really love are his pictures. He has snapped a bunch of awesome pics. He gave me permission to use a few here, which you can find above and below.
Of course, there’s no denying that this is really a story worth covering because of how awesome the Model S is and how awesome Tesla’s Supercharger network (free for Model S owners) is. “If you do like to drive, there is no better road warrior that the Model S of any flavor,” as Ethan put it over on a guest post on Tesla’s website.
Again, you can follow Ethan’s Tesla adventures, and you can also find a lot more pics from his trip, over on Twitter.
All images via @TeslaMS60 and used with permission. Captions here:
Two teslas enjoying a first meeting at Aldo’s Restaurant #coasttocoast #crosscountry#supercharging @teslamotors
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