- Tesla’s vehicles are generally impressive.
- But they aren’t perfect. The Model 3, Model S, Model X, the original Roadster, Model Y, and Cybertruck all have disappointing flaws.
- Here’s a rundown of everything I don’t much like about the vehicles, from charging times to cramped seats to weak design.
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I’m a big fan of Tesla’s vehicles. For the most part. As impressive as they are, not just as electric cars but as stunning automobiles, they aren’t devoid of disappointing flaws.
No vehicle is. Porsche 911 owners have been complaining for decades about the tiny back seats of the greatest sports car ever made. Lexus owners might still grouse that the ride on their million-mile sedan is sort of floaty.
Nothing is perfect, in other words.
In Tesla’s case, I went back over all the vehicles I’ve driven or assessed in some way and rounded up their flaws.
Here’s the rundown: