Look at the Tesla Model 3, Model S, Model X electric car raceJanuary 8, 2020
The Auto Trader UK team got the idea for a straight race between the three Tesla models. In this race, two Model 3 sedans are actually taking part – the usual performance and the more productive Performance.
Electric cars of the American company Tesla are quite frequent guests in racing in a straight line between some powerful cars that use monstrous internal combustion engines. But I admit honestly, I have never seen such a race, in which only Tesla electric cars participated. The guys from the Auto Trader UK team decided to do just that – they took a Model 3 sedan, and one Model X Long Range crossover and a Model S P100D sedan each. In the second round, they are joined by Model 3 in a more productive performance Performance.
The first race has pretty expected results. The Model S P100D is pushing ahead with a huge edge. In second place is the Model X crossover, which has only slightly advanced ahead of the regular Model 3.
The race with Model 3 in the Performance version makes the results more interesting. Naturally, higher power makes the car faster than its standard performance, but watch the published video to see if it can beat the Model S P100D.
It would be interesting to see how the winner of this race will cope with the twin-engine faith Model 3 Long Range, for which the Acceleration Boost function for $ 2,000 is activated. It is reported that it allows the car to overcome the first hundred in 3.9 seconds, rather than 4.4 seconds, as before. It’s funny that achieving such impressive results only requires updating the software “over the air”.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that the Tesla Model Y will be assembled at a factory in Shanghai. Earlier in China, the production of Tesla Model 3 sedans began.
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