The newest Model S variant will take you further than many gas-powered cars go on a tank. Without much fanfare, Tesla has added a new battery option to its menu. The Model S 100D, currently listed at a base price of $92,500, offers an EPA-rated range of 335 miles on a full charge, making it, according to Autoblog, the longest-range consumer electric vehicle in the world. The range is 20 miles greater than that of the much more expensive P100D, and 41 miles more than the Model S 90D, which some observers expect to be phased out soon. A similar 100 kWh option is also now available for the Model X SUV, with a rated range of 295 miles.