Can you imagine a greater contrast than that between vehicles from Ford Motors and those from Tesla, Inc.? With the dates of their respective foundings (1903 and 2003) separated by exactly 100 years, the two companies together in many respects encapsulate the full gamut of vehicle design and engineering evolution since the beginning of the automobile industry to the present day.
And what an evolution! From steel construction, gasoline-powered combustion, and hand-cranked ignition to aluminum auto bodies, electricity for fuel, and keyless startup, the two companies recount a gripping narrative of the past and future of the automobile.
In the case of Ford, of course, their vehicles have advanced far beyond the original Model T. Building on that solid foundation of innovation, Tesla has taken that torch and run with it. While the two companies share certain characteristics, they are also very different, both in company culture and in the types of vehicles they produce. The infographic below shines a light on some of those differences.
(Click on this image to download a printable PDF of the infographic.)
If you want to see a real “Ford vs. Tesla” contest, check out this video of a tug-of-war between a Ford F-150 and a Tesla Cybertruck.
Now you may love the futuristic look of the Cybertruck, or prefer the more tried-and-true F-150. But whatever your vehicle of choice, nothing and no one can guarantee that it won’t someday suffer some sort of autobody damage through accident or other mishap.
But fear not! Keri Coach Works, in Westbury, New York, is proud to serve as both a Ford Certified Collision Repair Center AND a member in good standing of the Tesla Approved Body Shop Network. That means our repair technicians are trained and certified on the tools and techniques required by each auto maker—Ford and Tesla—to return your vehicle to like-new condition, with warranty intact and all safety features functional.
For excellence in Ford F-150 and Tesla repair on Long Island, choose Keri Coach Works!