Tesla goes faster still

ELECTRIC car maker Tesla continues to make significant improvements to its Model S and X, with the new P100D with Ludicrous mode now the quickest accelerating mass production car in the world.

The speed increase, to zero-100km/h in 2.7 seconds, makes it the third fastest production car (and the fastest mass production car – the two cars in front of it are small batch performance cars which are no longer available to purchase brand new – the LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder).

The new 100 kWh battery also increases range substantially to an estimated 613km, making it the longest range production electric vehicle by far.

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The larger battery pack is also available on the Model X, making the world’s quickest SUV even faster. Model X P100D with Ludicrous mode accelerates from zero-100km/h in 3.1 seconds and travels up to 542km on a single charge. Model X is also a pure electric SUV and can seat up to seven adults.

Tesla customers who have ordered a P90D Ludicrous, but not taken delivery, can upgrade to the 100 kWh pack (for an additional fee). Existing P90D Ludicrous owners can also upgrade to a 100 kWh pack, but for an increased fee, as their used 90 kWh pack will have to be recycled.

Pricing will be announced shortly.

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