How to sleep in a Tesla Model S or Model X

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If you are lucky enough to own a Tesla, you might be happy to know that road trips just got a little easier…there’s no need for a hotel or a tent!


Apparently, one of the many benefits of the Model S is that there is a “plentiful amount of room for one or two people to sleep” 1since the seats fold all the way down. In fact, someone who is more than six feet tall can stretch out and relax.

Steve Sasman, the man who pioneered the Tesla hotel says,

“Imagine sleeping in climate controlled comfort all night by running the A/C or Heat – while barely even taxing the battery. Set the evening mood with your favorite music on the Tesla’s amazing 17″ built in control monitor, and use the remote controlled candles powered by … you guessed it – batteries, because it’s a Tesla of course … you can dream about owning a Tesla while actually sleeping in one.”1


But it’s not just the Model S, if need be you can also get a great night sleep in the Model X, too:

I would never have thought to sleep in a Tesla. Leave to Elon Musk to (inadvertently) create something else that allows us to save a few bucks and benefit the environment!

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Sources and References

  1. Clean Technica, August 13, 2017.

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.