All Tesla Models, Ranked

Over 100 Ranker voters have come together to rank this list of All Tesla Models, Ranked

Here is a list of all the Tesla cars that are available and soon to be available. They offer everything from a Tesla car to the Tesla SUV (Model X). Tesla even has a new sports car, the Roadster model, that boasts speeds over 250 miles per hour. This makes it the fastest Tesla in their lineup. The futuristic car manufacturer even offers a semi-truck that can go as far as 500 miles and accelerate to 60 miles per hour in 20 seconds while carrying 80,000 pounds.

The Roadster and Tesla Semi are both available to be reserved on Tesla;s website. They are listed below with their price or reservation base price. But which one of these Tesla models is the best of the bunch? Could it be the Model 3, which is the cheapest of Tesla's cars, or the Roadster, the company's most expensive? You get to help decide with your votes.

Vote up your favorite Teslas and vote down the ones you don't like at all.

  • 1
    91 VOTES
    Photo: Tesla

    If you are looking to chew up the pavement in an environmentally friendly vehicle, this is the supercar for you. It is the quickest car on the road, able to reach 60 miles per hour in just under two seconds. It also seats four, which means you can bring some friends along for what is sure to be an exhilarating driving experience.

    MSRP: $200,000 (base reservation price)

    Range: 620 miles

    Top Speed: 250 mph

    0-60 mph: 1.9 seconds

    91 votes
  • 2
    72 VOTES

    Model S

    Model S
    Photo: Tesla

    The Tesla Model S has been turning heads ever since it first came on the market in 2012. It is sleek looking, practical, and has set the benchmark for electric luxury vehicles as the most sold electric car. Want to go even faster? You should look into purchasing the P100D model, which can accelerate faster than most European supercars.

    MSRP: $79,990

    Range: 370 miles

    Top Speed: 155 mph

    0-60 mph: 3.7 seconds

    72 votes
  • 3
    64 VOTES

    Model 3

    Model 3
    Photo: Tesla

    The Model 3 serves as Tesla's economy option, making it the electric car for those with smaller budgets. It's great for both long drives and daily commutes, and has 15 cubic feet of cargo space (more with the seats down) to help you shuttle luggage, soccer gear, or anything else your family might need for their extracurricular activities.

    MSRP: $38,990

    Range: 240 miles

    Top Speed: 140 mph

    0-60 mph: 5.3 seconds

    64 votes
  • 4
    52 VOTES

    Model Y

    Model Y
    Photo: Tesla

    The Model Y is the Tesla for you if you want the economy of the Model 3 and the cargo space of the Model X. This fun compact SUV crossover has room for up to seven adults with an optional third row. This means you can transport the whole clan in a ride that is just as smooth as it is stylish.

    MSRP: $48,000

    Range: 300 miles

    Top speed: 130 mph

    0-60 mph: 5.5 seconds

    52 votes
  • 5
    61 VOTES

    Model X

    Model X
    Photo: Tesla

    One of the best features on the Model X has to be the falcon-wing doors which is reminiscent of the DMC DeLorean's gull-wing doors from the '80s and Back to the Future fame. Beyond that, the Model X is the SUV version of the Model S, offering seating for 7 and much more cargo. The Model X is the family car of the future and the future is here.

    MSRP: $84,990

    Range: 325 miles

    Top Speed: 155 mph

    0-60 mph: 4.4 seconds

    61 votes
  • 6
    57 VOTES


    Photo: Tesla

    The unorthodox design of Tesla's Cybertruck stirred controversy from the moment it was unveiled, but all three of its models boast some impressive specs. The 6.5-foot cargo bed contains 100 cubic feet of volume and can hold 3,500 pounds of payload. The top-tier $69,900 model can allegedly accelerate to 60 mph in less than 3 seconds and tow up to 14,000 pounds. That's even more weight than the 2020 Ram 1500!

    MSRP: $39,900

    Range: 250+ miles

    Top Speed: 110 mph

    0-60 mph: 6.5 seconds

    57 votes