A couple of months ago I showed the new version available in the luxury sedan from Tesla, Tesla Model S P100D. This variant is positioned as the most powerful of the range thanks to its electric system of 100 kWh which also offer high power, get an great autonomy, more than 600 kilometers according to approvals, to treat a 100% electric vehicle.
This battery with higher performance allows Tesla Model S P100D cover the 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 2.5 seconds. In the case of the 0 to 100 km/h should we add 2 tenths of a second more. This figure places the most luxurious model of the company’s Elon Musk as one of the planet’s fastest production vehicles. Yes, an electric is among the fastest cars for sale to the public in the history of the automotive industry. However, now we have seen the time that takes in make the 0 to 60 miles in wet, and us has left equal of speechless.
In the following video found on YouTube and hung by the channel DragTimes, we see that a driver install different cameras in the car, placing one focusing on the right rear wheel and the other on the speedometer. In this way, it shows the time taken to reach 60 miles per hour from standing completely soaked asphalt. The result is spectacular and hard to believe.
As you’ve seen, the time taken to reach 60 miles per hour (97 km/h) is only 2.7 seconds. This means that the motor of the Tesla Model S P100D is highly effective even in these difficult conditions. Not is usual see evidence about the time of acceleration of a car in wet, but the truth is that the result, in this case, is unbeatable.
Source – YouTube (DragTimes)