Tesla has become one of the leading manufacturers of electric vehicles and is often the first name that comes to mind when someone says EV. Elon Musk’s company, which is named after Nikola Tesla, one of the pioneers of electrical technology, might have started as a small startup but has now grown to be one of the best-sellers in the UK and beyond.
Key highlights of Tesla
Tesla was one of the early electric car pioneers and with the two-seater Roadster was the first manufacturer to use lithium-ion battery cells. The trailblazing hasn’t stopped since with the Model S the first to showcase the lightning acceleration of EVs to the masses, while the brand’s minimalist interior dominated by a smart tablet has been copied across the industry.
Tesla & EVs
Tesla only makes EVs and since the launch of the first has been on a quest to make them more affordable and accessible to everyone. That hasn’t come at the price of performance, though. All Tesla vehicles offer some of the longest range on the market, the best in-car technology available, as well as incredible acceleration off the line.
Top Tesla models
If you want to save the planet in style, check out Tesla's impressive range of fully electric cars for leasing. Most popular are the Model 3 four-door saloon and the Model Y compact SUV. With over a million sales worldwide, Tesla's Model 3 is currently the best-selling electric car in history.
There’s also the large Model X, while the Model S is a big brother to the Model 3 (although not on sale in the UK currently). In the future, Tesla has promised an EV pick-up called the Cybertruck, a Tesla lorry and a new version of the original Tesla Roadster.
Similar brands to Tesla
There are several other well-known brands that have the combination of luxury, performance and technology, such as Porsche, BMW and Audi. Also consider Polestar, which can match Tesla for its sustainability credentials and modern interior.
Tesla business lease deals
Leasing a Tesla with GRIDSERVE for your business is a smart decision. Tesla electric vehicles are renowned for their cutting-edge technology, impressive range and unmatched performance, so by choosing a Tesla, your business can harness the power of clean energy and significantly reduce your carbon footprint.
A GRIDSERVE lease means your business can not only enjoy the numerous benefits of a Tesla, but also tap into GRIDSERVE's expertise in renewable energy and our charging infrastructure, ensuring a seamless and eco-friendly journey.
Tesla vehicles also offer a range of features designed to enhance the driving experience. The spacious interiors are equipped with advanced infotainment systems, Autopilot capabilities and a suite of driver-assistance features that can make business travel more efficient and comfortable.
Additionally, the GRIDSERVE charging network provides the convenience of fast and accessible charging options, ensuring that your Tesla is always ready for the next meeting or road trip. Choose from the deals below to get started.
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There's one name that springs immediately to mind for electric car leasing, and that's Tesla. The company whose ethos is sustainable energy and transport has led the 21st-century drive towards electric vehicles, and few have been more popular than the Tesla Model 3. This model is one of the best-selling EVs in the world, with over a million sales to its credit.
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Tesla has been a pioneer in the electric car world for a number of years, with a reputation for EVs that are desirable, fast and packed with technology – all supported by the Supercharger network. The Model Y is Tesla’s family SUV and it’s a massive hit with drivers, consistently ranking as one of the number one best-sellers in the UK.
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Tesla is undoubtedly the most popular electric vehicle manufacturer in the world and continues to go from strength to strength. As a brand, it has plenty of plus points, such as style, reliability and groundbreaking technology and innovation.
When you lease a Tesla with GRIDSERVE, you can benefit from expert customer care combined with access to over 160+ charging stations throughout the UK on the GRIDSERVE Electric Highway. Plus, you’ll get three months of free charging as a bonus.
Tesla is one of the most reliable electric car brands around, always at the forefront of the latest innovative EV technology. This includes reliability and safety features, automatic emergency braking, forward and blind spot collision warning, fire safety thermal protection, crumple zones and advanced airbags.
The exact price of Tesla leasing deals for each model will depend on a variety of factors such as mileage amounts, the type of lease, exact model specifications, range, contract term and more. Make sure to check back and see the latest price for your chosen Tesla lease deal.
The Model Y and the Model 3 have similar starting prices though.
With GRIDSERVE, you can choose to lease a Tesla for either 24, 36 or 48 months.
At the time of writing, the Tesla Model Y is both the brand’s top-selling car, as well as being the most popular EV in the world according to sales data. That being said, the Model 3 is also a fantastic option in its own right, and you really can’t go wrong with Tesla as a brand.
Range is one of Tesla’s biggest strong suits, with all models having an excellent overall range and real world range estimate. The Model 3’s WLTP range is 374 miles, with a real world estimate of 318 miles. The Model Y’s WLTP range is at 351 miles, and the real world estimate is at 298 miles.
These figures can vary depending on the exact model type that you choose, with Standard, Performance and Long Range Dual Motor options being available to lease.
There’s not much to separate the Model Y and the Model 3 in terms of speed, with the Performance version of the Model Y hitting 0-62mph in just 3.5 seconds compared to the slightly quicker 3.1 seconds for the Model 3 Performance edition.
Whether your Tesla lease includes VAT or not will depend on if it’s a personal or business agreement. Personal lease deals have VAT included in the price, while business lease deals are excluding VAT.