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Tesla Shuttle From Sarasota To Tampa Airport — Like Dr. Who’s TARDIS #Infinite

December 2nd, 2018 | by Cynthia Shahan

I flew out of Tampa airport recently. To travel to Tampa from Sarasota, we chose zero-emissions transport. It was the longest experience I've had in a Tesla Model 3. Booking a shuttle service to the airport, I was not thinking futuristic travel. I was thinking of the time, convenience, and zero emissions. Yet, it seemed to feel the most futuristic of all my experiences in Tesla vehicles. (It was my second time in the back seat of the Model 3, and I've spent many times in the back seat of a Tesla Model S.)


Mainstream Media Review: Tesla Model 3 Exceeds Expectations

May 6th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Looking at the recent roundup of press surrounding Tesla's Model 3, it's clear that the car is making waves. "The most exciting vehicle on the market isn’t a million-dollar supercar, a broad-shouldered truck, or a seven-passenger SUV," Miles Branman writes (via Digital Trends). "No, the car the world can’t wait to drive is an all-electric sedan from a startup automaker called Tesla."


Franz von Holzhausen Talks Tesla Model 3’s Award-Winning Design & Minimalism

March 24th, 2018 | by Matt Pressman

Automobile magazine recently awarded the Tesla Model 3 "2018 Design of the Year," calling the car "simple and straightforward, perfectly proportioned with minimal extraneous detailing." The magazine goes on, "It has all been done with unmistakably good taste. ... We have the impression that the studied simplicity of both interior and exterior will let this car age extremely well, that in 10 years it will still look contemporary and beautifully understated."



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