Most headlines focus on Tesla's 0-60 times. Yet range is far more important on a daily basis — which is why the new Tesla Model S 100D is so remarkable. It uses the same 100kWh battery as the flagship P100D, but instead of ludicrous performance, it's built for long-range driving, traveling up to 335 miles per charge. That's the longest range of any EV currently on the market. Don't worry that it's become slow in the process, either: while the 4.2 second 0-60 time can't touch the P100D's 2.4 sprint, it's still faster than a base model 911.