While we’ve seen a bunch of races between the Tesla Model S and various supercars, this is the first we’ve seen of the all new 7 passenger 5,600 pound Model X Tesla SUV racing. The Model X in the video is a P90D with the optional $10,000 Ludicrous mode going up against a bright red and loud Ferrari F430 with the F1 6 speed transmission. While the power to weight ratio is heavily in the Ferrari’s favor, the monstrous amount of instant torque and all wheel drive in the Tesla play a big role in this race.
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Tesla Model X vs Model S P90D Ludicrous – World Record Set During Husband vs Wife Drag Racing 1/4 Mile ShowdownFebruary 14th, 2016
We have some great heads up drag racing and performance comparisons between the all new and hard to come by 2016 Tesla Model X P90D Ludicrous in Deep Blue Metallic (photo gallery) running against a 2015 Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous. Tesla’s Model X (SUV) and Model S (Sedan) P90D share the same powertrain with dual motors, a 503 HP rear motor and a 259 HP front motor. While the motors are capable of a combined 762 HP, the power is limited to what the battery can provide which is currently 463HP (Insane Mode). When the X or S is ordered with the Read More
Some pictures of a 2016 Tesla Model X P90D Ludicrous in Deep Blue Metallic Paint. Videos
We have some initial performance tests of the brand new 2016 Tesla Model X P90D Ludicrous with some really amazing results. Our test car has the 7 seat configuration with every option available including the Ludicrous speed option. Using the launch control feature the Model X pulled over 1.1g to hit 0-60 MPH in just 3.17 seconds and 0-100 MPH in 7.98 seconds making it the worlds quickest production SUV. This Model X P90D Ludicrous is actually quicker to 100 MPH than the Model S P85D, Tesla’s previous king of the hill car that was making headlines all over the world by Read More
We recently installed the latest version of Tesla’s software version 7.1 which includes a new Summon Feature. In this video demonstration we use the Summon feature to come pick us up in the rain under a covered porte-cochère so we don’t get wet walking to the car. The Summon feature will also pull in and out of a garage without anyone in the car as well as open and close the garage door using the homelink feature as needed. Check out the video below:
We recently installed a set of lightweight Pulse MV1 wheels finished in glossy gunmetal on our Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous that were designed specifically for the Tesla. These 1-piece ultra-light weight wheels forged from the finest grade aluminum and have been optimized to have a wider track on the rear without compromising the ride or handling and without need for modifications of the Model S fenders. Pulse MV1 wheel sizes are: Front: 21″ x 9.0″ ET30 Rear: 21″ x 10.5″ ET35 While we kept the stock OEM Michelin tires on the car we could go much wider in the rear with a 305/30/21 Read More
Tesla recently released a software update that includes a new feature called “Launch Mode” which is supposed to “help your car accelerate as quickly as possible” as per the release notes. We gave the new Launch Mode a test which requires the car to be in “Max Battery Power” Mode. Tesla’s Launch Mode operates similarly to other performance cars. While the car is completely stopped you press firmly on the brake with you left foot, then press the accelerator completely down with your right foot. Then you release the accelerator and press it down all the way again. Now the car displays a message Read More
Here is a new one for the Tesla Model S vs the world video, a 700+ horsepower Ford GT tuned by Heffner Performance gives the Model S P90D Ludicrous a try from a dead stop and a 2nd gear roll. With a best 1/4 mile time of 10.6 @ 133 MPH at Palm Beach International Raceway, the Ford GT would seem to stack up pretty well against the Tesla. Without the sticky prepped track surface of the drag strip the Ford GT struggled off the line spinning the tires in 1st and 2nd gear while the P90D with it’s Read More
When browsing through the in car manual in the Tesla Model S related to canceling Autosteer, we noticed an interesting bullet point that says Autosteer cancels when: “You change gears”. Is this simply an error or a hint that a gear box could be coming in future Tesla’s? Or maybe they are referring to moving from forward to reverse, which wouldn’t be a “gear” change since the Tesla does not have different gears for forward and reverse.