Tesla’s recent Battery Day event saw CEO Elon Musk announce a “Plaid” variant of the Model S that’s every bit as fast as the second-generation Roadster. Continue reading 1,100 HP TESLA MODEL S PLAID SET TO BE WORLD’S QUICKEST PRODUCTION CAR
The Tesla Model S P90D set the standard for mass production cars with an official 0-60 mile an hour time of 2.7 seconds. Now Tesla’s keeping it 100, with the Tesla Model S P100D. It’ll do 0-60 in 2.5 seconds with a heavy foot, and with a light one it’ll do over 300 miles on a charge.
Survey data collected by Plug-In America from current early-model Tesla Model S owners has predicted that up to two-thirds of early model electric-drive units may fail by 60,000 miles. If their predictions are even remotely accurate, that’s bad news.
Every so often, a car comes along that is so good it re-defines what “good” is. Consumer Reportsjust found that the Tesla Model S P85D is just that car, as it scored an absolutely incredible 103 points on their 100-point scale.
Think of Tesla, and most people picture the sleek Model S sedan the electric-car company has been selling for three years. Now Tesla says it’s finally poised to deliver the long-awaited and much delayed Model X SUV, with its unusual gull-wing doors and seating for seven.