It may only be the handful of people who actually do it, and drag racing Teslas ...
It may only be the handful of people who actually do it, and drag racing Teslas must be one of the reasons why so many have not only heard about EV-maker, and were also convinced to invest in one.
You do need to spend, particularly if you fancy the P100D model – which you should if you have any intention of replicating a performances you see in these videos.
However, add both Tesla cars that took place in these particular races and compare them to the $530,000 price for the Lambo Aventador LP750-4 SV, and you would still be left with enough money to buy the nice house.
But talking about prices and rentability around the Lamborghini is redundant, so we will skip the whole you can sit up to seven people in the Model X, tow the boat and still beat most sports cars out there to the 60 mph milestone speech, go straight to the actual runs at hand.
The guys at DragTimes made very clear their intention of setting the new record for the world’s quickest SUV on the 1/4-mile distance, despite having to cut short the X’s recharging session, and they managed to do just that.
With the time of 11.418 and the trap speed of 117.85 mph, the Tesla Model X P100D is the world’s quickest sports utility vehicle. And which will surprise absolutely no one.
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