Back in 2008, when Tesla Motors released its first vehicle, the all-electric Roadster, the vehicle was celebrated for the speed and power created by its clean, battery-powered motor.
Flash forward more than a decade, and Tesla has three vehicles for sale - the Model S, Model X, and Model 3 - with more in the works. Electric vehicles have also generally become more common.
Today, Teslas are hardly unique for being electric cars. Rather, these vehicles stand out for all the special features available. From an autopilot function to a HEPA air filtration system to the Falcon Wing doors of the Model X and Ludicrous Mode acceleration option, Teslas have features that no other vehicles offer.
On the other hand, there are a few features many cars have but that Teslas are missing.
Here are seven of the most notable features that many other cars have, but Teslas surprisingly do not.