Tesla’s flagship sedan is doing a great job of stealing away customers from the likes of Porsche, Mercedes, BMW and Lexus just to name a few.  
But it’s more than the environmental benefits of never touching another drop of gasoline that motivates so many people to Get Out and Go electric with Tesla.
The Model S is defining what it means to be a performance electric car, and an increasingly mainstream one at that.  This video of a Model S drag racing a 2014 Corvette C7 Z51 is proof that EV’s can make going green a whole lot of fun.  

To appreciate how close these two runs down the strip are, take look at the cars’ specifications: 

2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z51

·      6.2-liter small-block V8
·      455-horsepower
·      460 pound-feet of torque
·      Seven-speed manual transmission
2013 Tesla Model S P85
·      Single water-cooled electric motor
·      85 kWh battery pack
·      Single-speed transmission
·      416 horsepower
·      443 pound-feet of torque
When we manufactured a hidden EcoHitch for the Tesla Model S, we took care to make sure the hitch wouldn’t slow Tesla owners down.  
Every EcoHitch is made to complement the aerodynamic contours and underbody airflow of your vehicle.  EcoHitch for Tesla Model S is no exception.
·      Hidden, no drill, bolt on hitches for your hybrid, PZEV (partial zero emission vehicle) or electric vehicle
·      Transport extra cargo, bicycles or small utility trailers with you wherever you go
·      Made from high impact powder coated aircraft grade aluminum, stainless steel and steel
·      Engineered and manufactured in Kent, Wash. At Torklift Central
·      Lifetime Warranty