2016 Tesla Model S P90D w/Ludicrous Mode – Best Video Review To Date


YouTube’s most informative, in-depth and all-around spectacular automotive video reviewer is back behind the wheel of another Tesla.

*See previous Tesla Model X P90D review by Saabkyle04 here

This time around Saabkyle04 is testing out a T Sportline modded Tesla Model S P90D

T Sportline Tesla Model S P90DL

T Sportline Tesla Model S P90DL

This is by far the most in-depth (released to date) video test drive and review of the Tesla Model S.

As YouTube uploader Saabkyle04 explains:

“Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube’s largest collection of automotive variety. In today’s video, we’ll take an in depth look at the 2016 Tesla Model S P90D!”

If you only ever watch one Tesla Model S video review, then this is the one!

Video description:

Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube’s largest collection of automotive variety. In today’s video, we’ll take an in depth look at this fully customized 2016 Tesla Model S P90D!

MSRP pricing, before options and tax incentives:

Model S 70 kWh: $70,000
Model S 70D: $75,000
Model S 90D: $88,000
Model S P90D: $108,000


Color/Initial start up sequence: 1:02
Steering/transmission/performance: 2:15
Quick ludicrous mode demo: 7:59
Exterior walk around/styling/discussion/background, etc: 11:05
Wheels/tires/brakes/suspension: 15:45
Interior quality/design/comfort: 19:39
Test drive clips: 22:33
Quick summon demo: 24:21
Interior tech and features: 25:48
***My In Depth Review of the Tesla Model X: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdzDP…
Rear seat space and amenities: 30:46
Cargo space/3rd row seat space: 34:34

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7 Comments on "2016 Tesla Model S P90D w/Ludicrous Mode – Best Video Review To Date"

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Bill Howland

Don’t recall him stating the price of the tuner upgrade. Other than the giggly stuff when flooring it (same complaint with the Consumer Reports review), and the lack of tuner pricing, it seemed fairly informative.

I haven’t heard a practical ‘efficiency review’ of the Model S nor X yet (in other words, how the mileage varies with driving styles), which would be informative since, like the Roadster, I’m sure mileage greatly decreases with a hard pedal, since the car, without a transmission would seem, like the roadster, to be quite inefficient with a heavy pedal. This explains why TopGear only got around 58 miles range from a 243 mile Roadster – my friend later ‘proved it’.
Cold weather storage, and operation would also be handy to know – the coldest the website gives is ‘hot’ where I live, and there is no official cold weather storage consumption figures – indeed there never were, and one just gleens what it is when a few drivers in the past have had problems, but that was years ago now, and its definitely time for an update, or at least something semi-official.


Best car ever!!! Coast to coast, with a relaxed auto pilot, in a quite cabin with an awesome sound system …. and not a single cent spent. Who cares about any other car.

Anti Lord Kelvin

And a better one is on the way, I will bet for next July 2017, as the P100D Ludicrous…

Stephen Hodges

What a horrible mess they’ve made of the inside… and the outside is not an improvement on Tesla’s work. We have a saying in Jamaica… “when dog have money, him nyam (eats) cheese”. What a waste of a nice car.


Good post…do NOT like most of the modifications. .those seating upgrades??are buck ugly.. hurts my eyes!! But the review is pretty informative. ..


Any1 can check out my Tesla S 90D right here… blue outside, pure black inside.. no aftermarket tweaking!! Perfect as is.. click my name for the link… why fudge with a good thing? T line won’t be getting any of my $$$ ugly mods.. nice video post though… best regards inside evs.. j1

Mister G