When Influence Matters: If You Have Kred, You Could Drive A Tesla

Ever want to drive a Tesla?

If you have enough Kred, you could. But act fast – they only have one left!

Quick recap to remind you of what Kred is all about: Kred is the first social scoring system to provide a comprehensive score for Influence and Outreach by valuing engagement and interaction over follower count. And it’s the only influence measurement based on 1,000 days of social data and to offer a completely transparent score calculation.

Kred, like Klout, offers rewards for folks with influence. But Kred has something Klout does not: a day driving a Tesla.

If you have an influence score of 800 or higher, you can “hop behind the wheel of this all-electric Tesla Roadster S. “

With zero tailpipe emissions and a 0 to 60 speed of 3.7 seconds, the world’s first rentable Tesla will get you where you need to go quickly and in style. This Roadster S is fully loaded and includes premium suspension system, stereo and hand-built carbon body.

It comes to you from Getaround. It’s “a simple, safe and convenient way to share cars with people nearby. Renters can drive anything from a Tesla Roadster to a Toyota Prius with rates starting at $5/hour. Car owners can earn money by renting out their cars to help offset the costs of car ownership while making a positive impact on the environment and empowering others to live car-free.”

The only other catch (outside of requiring solid social influence)? You need to live in San Francisco. Yet another reason to be here rather than “there” (wherever you are).

And don’t you just love online rewards?

(Tesla image from Shutterstock)

@MaryCLong maryclong@digitalmediaghost.com Mary C. Long is Chief Ghost at Digital Media Ghost. She writes about everything online and is published widely, with a focus on privacy concerns, specifically social sabotage.