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Tesla, in the shape of the charismatic, if controversial, public face of Elon Musk, was once openly laughed at because of their fixation on the idea of delivering luxury high-performance electric vehicles. 

Yet proving all the doubters wrong, the company has delivered a range of vehicles that have left many other far larger manufacturers around the world struggling desperately to catch up. 

History

Contrary to some erroneous assumptions, Elon Musk did not found the initial company originally called Tesla Motors.

In fact, its original founders invited investors into the organisation at a time when it was clear that further funding was required.  Musk was one of those and he and the others subsequently negotiated the right to call themselves co-founders.

Whatever the origins and historical disputes that have arisen in that respect, Musk quickly became the public face of Tesla and was famous for making what, at the time, appeared to be entirely unrealistic predictions about what the company was going to do with electric cars in the future. He and his company were widely ridiculed for their claims.

The Model-S first shipped to customers in 2012 and was a revelation in terms of its performance and range.  The Model-X arrived in 2015 with the Model-3 being unveiled in 2016.

Tesla’s story in terms of technical innovation and its contribution to the advancement of electrically-powered vehicles is clear.  The company has achieved an almost cult following and in spite of regular problems relating to financing, profits and missed delivery schedules, it continues to be regarded as being a major industry front-runner with all of its vehicles being highly desirable.

They are particularly sought after due to their electric operation and therefore green credentials. 

High end cars

In the UK, Tesla is currently offering several models, with Forza providing unique finance solutions for a number of them:

Orders are being taken for the Roadster which is reputed to have a top speed of 250mph and a charge range in excess of 600 miles plus a 0-60mph acceleration rate of under 2 seconds. 

There may be lead times associated with some models due partly to their popularity and partly to well-publicised production delays.

Tesla PCP finance

Although pricing for the Roadster is yet to be formally confirmed for the UK, it is speculated as being around £150,000. Tesla-S models are typically priced in the range of £130,000-£135,000. 

As such, they will typically be seen as luxury vehicles and may require special financing packages.  Fortunately, we at Forza Finance are standing by and are able to assist, subject to status, due to our panel of specialist funders who are specifically interested in supporting the purchase of luxury, prestigious and performance vehicles. 

Why not contact us for a first discussion about how we may be able to assist with PCP finance for your Tesla?  We look forward to hearing from you.

Tesla Finance Calculator

Use the Tesla PCP Car Finance Calculator on this page to find the perfect deal on your next Tesla car. Looking to get finance on a different brand of car? Why not check out our PCP Car Finance Calculator for an unbeatable offer.

Tesla, in the shape of the charismatic, if controversial, public face of Elon Musk, was once openly laughed at because of their fixation on the idea of delivering luxury high-performance electric vehicles. 

Yet proving all the doubters wrong, the company has delivered a range of vehicles that have left many other far larger manufacturers around the world struggling desperately to catch up. 

History

Contrary to some erroneous assumptions, Elon Musk did not found the initial company originally called Tesla Motors.

In fact, its original founders invited investors into the organisation at a time when it was clear that further funding was required.  Musk was one of those and he and the others subsequently negotiated the right to call themselves co-founders.

Whatever the origins and historical disputes that have arisen in that respect, Musk quickly became the public face of Tesla and was famous for making what, at the time, appeared to be entirely unrealistic predictions about what the company was going to do with electric cars in the future. He and his company were widely ridiculed for their claims.

The Model-S first shipped to customers in 2012 and was a revelation in terms of its performance and range.  The Model-X arrived in 2015 with the Model-3 being unveiled in 2016.

Tesla’s story in terms of technical innovation and its contribution to the advancement of electrically-powered vehicles is clear.  The company has achieved an almost cult following and in spite of regular problems relating to financing, profits and missed delivery schedules, it continues to be regarded as being a major industry front-runner with all of its vehicles being highly desirable.

They are particularly sought after due to their electric operation and therefore green credentials. 

High end cars

In the UK, Tesla is currently offering several models, with Forza providing unique finance solutions for a number of them:

Orders are being taken for the Roadster which is reputed to have a top speed of 250mph and a charge range in excess of 600 miles plus a 0-60mph acceleration rate of under 2 seconds. 

There may be lead times associated with some models due partly to their popularity and partly to well-publicised production delays.

Tesla PCP finance

Although pricing for the Roadster is yet to be formally confirmed for the UK, it is speculated as being around £150,000. Tesla-S models are typically priced in the range of £130,000-£135,000. 

As such, they will typically be seen as luxury vehicles and may require special financing packages.  Fortunately, we at Forza Finance are standing by and are able to assist, subject to status, due to our panel of specialist funders who are specifically interested in supporting the purchase of luxury, prestigious and performance vehicles. 

Why not contact us for a first discussion about how we may be able to assist with PCP finance for your Tesla?  We look forward to hearing from you.

Tesla Finance Calculator

Use the Tesla PCP Car Finance Calculator on this page to find the perfect deal on your next Tesla car. Looking to get finance on a different brand of car? Why not check out our PCP Car Finance Calculator for an unbeatable offer.

Tesla Finance FAQs

1What is the best way to finance a Tesla in the UK?
A great way to finance your new Tesla is through 'Personal Contract Purchase' or 'PCP'. Tesla PCP finance offers excellent flexibility as you don't have to commit to buying your Tesla from the outset.
2Can you get a Tesla on finance?
Yes! Here at Forza Finance, we offer finance on all Tesla Models including the Model S, Model 3, Model X & Model Y.
3How much is a Tesla monthly in the UK?
The monthly cost to finance a Tesla varies greatly dependent on the model, cash price, deposit, pay back period and more. 88% of customers saved £1,000+ on average when financing through us vs dealers & banks. Use our form to apply now or get in touch with us to enquire.
4Is it hard to get Tesla financing?
It's no harder to get Tesla financing than any other make of car. At Forza Finance, there is no hard credit check required and we have specialist loan providers to help make your dream a reality!

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