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  Tesla Model S P100D
2014 - date
Tesla Model S P100D
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Tesla Model S P100D Tesla Model S P100D Tesla Model S P100D Tesla Model S P100D Tesla Model S P100D Tesla Model S P100D

Specification
Metric   Imperial
 
General
Class Supersaloon
Body 4 Door 7 Seat
Saloon
Layout Twin Engine
4 Wheel Drive
Transmission Direct Drive
Number Built  
Engine
Type Electric
Details
Capacity
 
Max Power
762 bhp @1rpm 
Max Torque
713 lb/ft @1rpm 
Power to Weight
346 bhp/ton 
Torque to Weight
324 lbft/ton 
Specific Output  
Compression  
Bore x Stroke
 
Fuel Cons
112 mpg 
Emissions 0.1 g/Km Co2 
Performance
Top Speed
155 mph 
0 - 30 mph
 
0 - 60 mph
2.3 sec 
0 - 100 mph
6.5 sec 
0 - 124 mph
 
0 - 186 mph
 
30 - 70 mph
 
Standing qtr Mile
10.5sec @125mph 
60 - 0 mph
 
0 - 100 - 0 mph
 
Ring Lap Time  
Lateral Accn  
Drag Cd  
Dimensions
Length
195.7 in 
Width
77.3 in 
Height
 
Weight
4936 lbs 
Wheels (F/R)
 
Tyres (F/R)
 
Fuel Capacity
 
Pricing (2016)
New Price £132000
Used Price £60000 - £100000
 
Profile

The world of performance cars is changing. Tesla's amazing P100D proves that the era of the usable electric supercar has arrived.

Twin electric motors provide a surreal 762bhp for instant earth shattering acceleration on a par with the fastest of supercars. In `Ludicrous Plus' mode (yes, that is not a typo) the sprint from zero to 60mph takes a scarcely believable 2.4 seconds, with a standing quarter mile appearing 8 seconds later. Considering that this comes from a safe, economic seven seat saloon makes the performance seem even more incredible. There is even a computer controlled autopilot feature activated form the 17 inch touchscreen. Tesla even has the age old electric car problem of poor range licked, with a truly usable 330 miles between charges with the new 100 KWh battery. The only down side is the 10 hour wait to fully recharge.

132k is not much to ask for a luxurious, safe, executive saloon that just happens to be capable of out accelerating a McLaren P1 (making it the quickest new car on sale in 2016). The future is here!


Ratings
 
Overall Rating Money No Object Bargain Rating BHP/ (x1000)
80% 83% 7% 10
Ranks 16 of 771 Ranks 47 of 771 Ranks 176 of 771 Ranks 183 of 771

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