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2017 Tesla Model S P100D review

May 18, 2017

Looking for the quickest and most powerful production sedan on the market? Don’t bother looking at the macho German sedans. Gaze your view over this way. This is the Tesla Model S P100D. It not...

2017 Tesla Model S P100D POV review – first impressions (video)

May 16, 2017

The beauty about a technology-packed vehicle is that it can be updated with software and hardware, a bit like a computer. And with the Tesla Model S P100D, it’s the latest and greatest iteration the tech...

Prior Design Tesla Model S P100D shows EV tuning potential

Apr 29, 2017

The Tesla Model S in P100D guise is the fastest production sedan in the world. An astonishing feat by a company that has time and time again shown the world that electric cars can be...

Tesla Model S P100D makes 438kW at the wheels (dyno video)

Apr 26, 2017

Tesla’s headline-grabbing Model S P100D is the world’s fastest four-door production car, with 0-60mph (97km/h) times as low as 2.275 seconds recorded, thanks to its 100kWh battery pack, all-wheel drive system and furiously powerful electric...

Top 10 cars with the strangest engine conversions

Mar 22, 2017

Engine swaps are, more often than not, to enhance a car’s power and speed. Note the Ferrari-powered Toyota 86, or GTR-engined Nissan Patrol we’ve featured, as well as the myriad small cars at Summernats 30...

Tesla Model S P100D resets 0-60mph record: 2.28 seconds

Feb 08, 2017

After a recent update, the Tesla Model S P100D has reset the record books once again, setting a mind-blowing 0-60mph time of just 2.2755 seconds. The time was laid down by Motor Trend, using its...

Tesla Model S P100D sets new 1/4 mile record (video)

Jan 31, 2017

A new quarter mile record has been set by the Tesla Model S P100D, decimating its already jaw-dropping former record and chopping a 478kW muscle sedan in the process. Thanks to the larger 100kWh battery...

Tesla Model S 100D variant announced, longest range yet

Jan 23, 2017

Tesla has quietly introduced a new variant, called the 100D. The 100kWh powertrain is available in the Model S and Model X. Not to be confused with the P100D, which is technically the quickest-accelerating production...

NHTSA Tesla investigation finds no defects, following fatal crash

Jan 23, 2017

Safety regulator NHTSA in the U.S. has concluded there were no defects or compliance failures on Tesla’s behalf in the case of the fatal Tesla Model S Autopilot crash involving a truck last year. The...

Tesla Panasonic to expand partnership, develop autonomous tech

Jan 23, 2017

Electronics giant Panasonic has signalled its intention to expand its partnership with Tesla Motors over the current battery-supply agreement. Panasonic is set to be attempting to pivot away from purely electronics and expand its automotive...

Tesla to expand Supercharger network in Australia this year

Jan 18, 2017

Tesla has released a blog post detailing its future-thinking plans for the Supercharger network in an Australian context. The post, which can be read in full here, explains that Tesla is looking to improve and...

Tesla Electric GT racer revealed, based on P100D

Jan 17, 2017

Tesla’s Electric GT entrant has been revealed, after the Silicon Valley-based manufacturer previously teased the race version of the world’s most popular electric luxury sedan. Using the Model S P100D (world’s quickest-accelerating sedan) as the...

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