TESLA: The most expensive car in the world is now on sale in the UK.

You could spend £70,000 on it and still be left with a car that costs just £22,800.

So is there a way around this?

And, if not, what are the best deals available?

The answer is there are.

We have narrowed it down to a few options, starting with the top options.

There are two main options: the Model S, which will cost £42,900.

This is the model with the best range.

It also has the best battery life, according to Teslas’ own data.

The other option is the Model X, which is currently on sale for £42-60,000.

This will get you a range of 310 miles on a single charge, and a battery pack with up to 100kWh.

The battery life is also excellent, with the Model 3 having a battery life of up to 30 hours.

You will also have a choice of either a 6 or 7-speed transmission, although the 6-speed option is less powerful than the 7-Speed.

In our testing, we found the 6 Speed to be more reliable than the 6 or 6-Speed 7- Speed, with no complaints about transmission performance.

But the Model 9, which has a range up to 300 miles, is the fastest and most reliable.

It’s also cheaper.

The Model S is now £41,500 and the Model 8 is £36,800, although both are cheaper than the Model 7.

But where is the best value?

The Model 3 is the cheapest option, but only if you want to get the Model P and Model X. You can buy both, but they have very different ranges.

You’ll need to look at the Model C, which offers a range from just 80 miles to 1,300 miles, depending on which model you choose.

It is also slightly cheaper than all the other models, but has an expensive battery and limited range.

The only other option for you is the Tesla Model X SUV.

This has a long range of 300 miles and a very good battery.

You might have to look into the cheaper Tesla Model 3 for that.

The Model 3 has a much better battery life than the others.

You get a range that’s almost twice as long as the Model 5, but it also has a smaller battery.

The Tesla Model 4 has a battery that can last up to 1.5 days on a charge, but is a bit of a pain to operate.

The Tesla Model 5 has the longest range of any electric car.

You’d need a very big battery to get that.

It can go 200 miles on one charge, so you can do it in the evenings.

But if you need to go for a longer drive, it’s also quite a pain.

The only other EV that is actually good for the money is the BMW i3, which costs £49,000 (including delivery charges) and has a 0-to-60 time of 3.6 seconds.

The BMW i8 has a very fast 0- to 60 time of 2.1 seconds, which might be useful for a weekend.

But the Tesla Tesla Model 7 is a great option.

It will go from 0-60 in just 2.9 seconds, and you get a battery range of up 200 miles.

You don’t have to buy an all-electric vehicle to get a Model 7, and it’s a bit cheaper than any of the other EVs on offer.

The best value is for the Model D. This one costs £57,000, and comes with a range between 240 and 300 miles.

It has a slightly lower battery, but you don’t need a lot of space for the battery.

If you want the best bang for your buck, we recommend the Tesla S. It comes with an amazing range of 250 miles and will get the job done for you.

However, the price isn’t as good as the Tesla 3 and 4, and its range isn’t nearly as long.

If you want something that will last longer, the Tesla X is the way to go.

This vehicle can go from zero to 60 in 4.1sec, which makes it one of the quickest EVs on the market.

The top price for an electric car is the £65,000 Tesla Model P, which comes with all the extras of a normal electric car, including a range and a charger.

You also get a big battery and a huge range, and the Tesla Supercharger network, which gives you superfast charging wherever you are.

This is the first Tesla to go all-in on battery-electric technology.

The system takes a lot more energy from the grid, but with a Tesla Supercharging network, you can have all the range you need in just a few hours.

We’ve compared it to the Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid, but the Tesla’s battery has more power to it.

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