Let's see just how well the Tesla Model S P100D fares when it's a more lengthy, half-mile challenge.
Generally, most of the races we find and share are of the quarter-mile variety, which makes sense since that's really a standard metric, like zero-to-60-mph times. One big complaint from many is that an electric car with huge initial torque may perform well in a short race, but not so much in the long run. Of course, the other battle comes down to how well would these Tesla's do on a winding track, but that's another story, right?
Check This Out: Tesla Model S P100D Race Modded Porsche 911 Turbo S
Hopefully, you like Linkin Park, but there's always the mute button. You may not want to deal with the sound of the Porsche anyhow ...
Let's have a closer look at the cars' specs:
2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S (camera car) :
- GIAC/Champion Tune/bolt ons
- Dyno results: 667 wheel horsepower, 600 wheel torque
- ~750 crank horsepower
- Street tires
- Stock with Ludicrous
- Dyno results: 588 wheel horsepower, 920 wheel torque
- Rated at 762 horsepower
Video Description via longboarder949 on YouTube:
Longboarder's 2015 Porsche 911 Turbo S takes on a Tesla Model S P100D "Ludicrous Mode" at OmegaMotorsports NoFlyZone California April 7, 2018.