Tesla unveils the Model S Plaid, the world’s fastest production automobile.

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0-60 mph in less than two seconds
As a sports car aficionado, it’s difficult not to salivate at the Tesla Model S Plaid’s acceleration. According to Elon Musk, no production car has ever been able to accelerate from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than two seconds.

Tesla held a celebration Friday night at its test track in Fremont, California, to hand over the first batch of Tesla Model S Plaid electric automobiles to its individual owners.

Plaid is the latest iteration of Tesla’s premium Model S sedan. It features a tri-motor design that goes above and beyond the company’s “Ludicrous” version in virtually every way.

The all-wheel drive car has a 390-mile EPA estimated range and a peak power output of 1,020 horsepower. When you consider the immediate torque provided by an electric motor, you obtain 0-60 mph times of 1.99 seconds, a quarter mile time of 9.23 seconds, and a peak speed of up to 200 mph (the peak speed is only possible with the correct wheels and tyres, which will not be available until fall 2021).

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Musk emphasised the Plaid’s new battery pack technology, the carbon-sleeved rotors Tesla created for the drive motors, and the vehicle’s upgraded cooling system on stage. The ability to recharge has also been enhanced, with a 15-minute trip at a Supercharging station capable of providing 187 miles of range.

The Model S Plaid starts at $129,990 and is available for purchase on Tesla’s website.


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