“I’ve personally slept in the Tesla 3 times and I’m 6’ 3” so if I can fit comfortably, anyone who doesn’t play in the NBA will love it.”
(PRWEB) December 19, 2014
Most people don't think they can afford a Tesla Model S, but now you can at least sleep in one. For $85 a night travelers in Phoenix AZ can book a night in a $118K version of the luxury electric car. The Tesla itself goes 0 to 60 in 4 seconds, making it technically the world’s fastest hotel. But don’t worry, it’ll be safely parked while you dream the night away. To see the booking details and link to the AirBnB listing visit the TeslaRenter website.
Where did the idea for a Tesla Hotel come from? The owner, Steve Sasman, owns and manages vacation rentals on sites like AirBnB, and also drives the Tesla for Uber, the popular ride-sharing App. He’s also rented his other car to strangers on a car sharing site. It’s almost like Sasman is trying to earn the title “Mr. Sharing Economy.”
“The Tesla is such a game-changer in so many ways that I wanted to literally share it with as many people as possible to help others realize what an amazing yet practical car it is.”
The car is equipped with a full sized airbed for 1-2 that fits perfectly in the back of the Tesla with the back seat folded down. The airbed stows away in a secret compartment and comes with an automatic air pump so it’s ready in 60 seconds. Extra lighting is provided by two remote controlled candles allowing guests to set the mood - especially for those wanting to enjoy a romantic night away. Guests also have the 17” touch screen monitor to control the climate and listen to any music they like on the Internet enabled sound system.
As for sleeping in the car, Sasman said “I’ve personally slept in the car 3 times and I’m 6’ 3” so if I can fit comfortably, anyone who doesn’t play in the NBA will love it.”
Unlike other cars that have to burn a tank of gas with toxic fumes to keep the heat or A/C on all night, the Tesla just uses it’s powerful battery to keep you perfectly comfortable all night long. A full night’s sleep only uses about 20 miles out of it’s 250+ mile range battery.
Steve Sasman started TeslaRenter to give people access to a Tesla that might not otherwise be able to experience it firsthand. There are currently 3 ways to share the Tesla: Through Uber, as a Limo and the Tesla Hotel. Sasman is also releasing an eBook that teaches “How Anyone Can Afford a Tesla.”
For more information, please visit TeslaRenter.com