The Tesla Model S P100D is quick enough to out-sprint the fastest of supercars, yet doing so without a traditional combustion engine allows for some clever packaging for the passengers. The combined total of the Tesla’s front and rear boots is 1,795 litres, but what does that mean? Find out exactly what I think in my practicality review.
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