Tesla Model 3 turning heads as New York taxi

The Tesla Model 3 taxi that hit the streets on October 30th is owned and operated by Drive Sally. The company has a fleet of over 1,000 regular cars that it rents to taxi, Lyft, and Uber drivers.
"It's a sexy car, the drivers love it," said Nicholas Williams, co-founder of Drive Sally. “It actually brings the novelty of driving again and being fun. And, you know, drivers love to get involved. It's quiet. It's fast. It's obviously extremely safe and has technology that is volatile ahead of many other more traditional cars. "
Video transcript
- I love the Tesla system, the driving. Because when I'm driving, I don't always have to use the brakes, just for emergencies.
NICHOLAS WILLIAMS: Teslas are really fun to drive. It's a sexy car, drivers love it. It actually brings the novelty of driving and having fun again. And you know, drivers love to get involved. We'll be rolling out Teslas over the next few months and years. And of course we are very focused on building a meaningful infrastructure so that drivers have access to the chargers, the charging price, and the repair and maintenance of a commercial facility. We therefore plan to be able to serve Tesla commercially and have an infrastructure that will make charging ubiquitous throughout the city.
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