The only reason the Model S didn't earn a perfect score was that it needs time to recharge. Depending on price, the Model S has driving range of between 208 and 265 miles. A full charge takes about six hours from an ordinary 240 volt outlet, according to Tesla.
"If it could recharge in any gas station in three minutes, this car would score about 110," said Jake Fisher, head of auto testing for Consumer Reports.
Wow if this is true once supercharger buildout hits critical mass score should be 120! As we all know daily charging is a non-issue in fact simpler than going to the gas station weekly. Once long distance travel becomes easy with superchargers the public will be clamoring for a Tesla!