Tesla proved that it could make a great car when it first came out with its Lotus-based electric Roadster in 2008. With impracticality inherent to a convertible sports car and a starting price of over $100K, however, the Roadster was pretty unattainable for us plebeians. Now Tesla is back with a much more mainstream, and practical, offering that has most recently won the Motor Trend Car of the Year for 2013. With a $50,000 starting point that competes with the BMW 5-series and Mercedes E-Class, Tesla may have a real chance at making its unconventional, all-electric car a major player in the conventional sedan market. Get your knowledge up with these 10 Things You Should Know About the Tesla Model S.