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Tesla Model S P100D specs

Car type 4-door saloon
Curb weight 2218-2219 kg (4890-4892 lbs)
Power / weight 311 ps (306 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 483 Nm (356 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 2016
Origin country United States
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0 - 30 mph 0.9 s
0 - 40 mph 1.3 s
0 - 50 mph 1.7 s
0 - 60 mph 2.3 s
1/4 mile 10.5 s @ 125.0 mph
Lateral acceleration 0.89 g (9 m/s²)


Engine type dual three-phase four-pole motors
Power 689 ps (680 bhp / 507 kw)
Torque 1072 Nm (791 lb-ft)
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive

Laptimes 1

Track Time
Motortrend Figure-8 0:24.60

Model S P100D rivals

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Guest  1w ago

Does anyone have lap times for it going round a track other than MT Figur8?
I want to see how it fares against the RS 7, Panamera, M6 and E63-S on tracks, since MT didn't do a Figur8 for the RS 7.

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Rufus  2m ago

In MotorTrend head to head video with Audi RS7 Performance, the P100D cross the line at 125 mph in 10,5 sec.
So we can approximate a 0-200 km/h in 10,5 sec. Is that enough to update this page with that value?

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BR2+  4m ago

1:Acceleration times do matter before 100

2:The Tesla wasn't made to blaze laprimes, Anybody who owns one could care less.

3: If your gonna use times use the best, CTS-V 0-60 in 3.4, 0-100 7.2, Traps at 127mph,.

4: It's faster then any 4 door car in acceleration from a dog, Even from rolls depending on starting speed, the highest trap speed of this car is 126mph.


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All the names I wanted are taken  2m ago

Sorry to have to tell you this, but the RS6 Avant is faster AND cheaper. For the price of a bare P100D you can have an Avant with all the options. From 100 mph, once the advantage of instant torque is gone, the Avant is a lot faster. The tesla dies down after about 70 mph acceleration-wise. The RS6 clocked a laptime of 8:09:00 around the Nurburgring, while the only numbers I could find for the tesla were an 8:50:00 for a P90D (Its almost as if their performance-oriented car isn't very good in the performance departament and they are trying to hide it). And if you bought a performance-orientated car for £130,000 (it's a lot more with options), you really SHOULD care about its performance. (And also it's "couldn't care less" not "could care less"). And it's not only the Avant, most performance saloons/estates will beat the tesla. And while you might tell me that you save money on the electricity, that doesn't make up for the £50,000 difference between the two models (Stock car prices, no mods/options).

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hostboy  7m ago

It's still slower than the Cadillac CTS-V and the Dodge Charger Hellcat. Acceleration times don't matter before 100 mph. It trapped 125mph to the CTS-V's 122, BUT... the CTS-V reached 0-100 in 8sec and this did that in 6... 6 sec to 100 mph while taking 4 more sec to reach 122, while CTS-V taking 3.8 sec to go from 100-122 in M/T.


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Andrew2Evo  4m ago

Yes, true man, Tesla fanboys don´t admit that car it´s slower than
everybody around corners...

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NotMyOpinion  5d ago

We will see if acceleration times matter when lanes merge after being stopped at a traffic light.


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fakekillerfour 14h 

added data for Lamborghini Aventador S and laptime for Lamborghini Aventador S

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