Tesla Model S
Try a zero emissions airport transfer experience from Geneva airport this winter. Mountain Rescue transfers now offer luxury electric airport transfers to the Tarentaise Valley in the exciting Tesla S90D.
The 100% electric, 100% premium luxury motor is not only a stunning looking vehicle producing 0% CO2 emissions, it's fast and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4,2 seconds. (if so desired)
Packed full of the latest safety features and comforts the Tesla is an absolute dream to travel in. The Model S is equipped with Duel Motor 4 wheel drive and a perfect weight distribution that makes for a super smooth ride even in the most challenging of conditions.
Booking & Price
The Model S is an extremely spacious and luxurious vehicle so we can offer transfers for up to 4 passengers and ski luggage no problem. The trunk space front and rear totals 900 litres, which is more than any other vehicle in this type of class.
Booking an airport transfer in the Tesla Model S is very straightforward, contact us so we can check availability and book you in for our most exciting transfer service. You will then be greeted at the airport by an experienced chauffeur and driven in style and 100% CO2 emission free to your accommodation in resort.
We operate our luxury electric airport transfers from Geneva Airport and the surrounding areas direct to the Tarentaise valley. Prices start at 635.00 euros for a transfers from Geneva Airport to Meribel or Courchevel. Please contact us for your personalised quote.
The Duel Motor Model S has been hailed as a categorical improvement on the conventional all-drive system. With a motor front and back the Model S digitally controls the torque to the front and rear wheels giving massively superior traction in all conditions.
The Model S Performance comes standard with an All-Wheel Drive Dual Motor, pairing the high performance rear motor with a high efficiency front motor to achieve supercar acceleration, from zero to 60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds.
See below the Model S being put through its paces by the Swiss Touring Club.