Tesla Model S P85D Review and Test Drive – Video




YouTuber Bigtruckseriesreview tests the Tesla Model S P85D (Dual-Motor, AWD) that can zip from 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds!

The video above includes an exterior and interior walk around, test drive, and a 0-60 mph test.

For those who have received a Tesla Model S P85D, is it everything you had hoped for? Are you enjoying it so far?

(Here is some more info on the P85D, Dual-Motor AWD Model S)

Category: Tesla


10 responses to "Tesla Model S P85D Review and Test Drive – Video"
  1. Three Electrics says:

    At some point, there’s a tradeoff where faster acceleration isn’t worth the increased number of dead or crippled teenage boys driving their fathers’ cars. This kind of ridiculous acceleration serves no real purpose, but if a roller coaster park isn’t nearby, at least couple it with aggressive emergency autostop. Of course, even the best automatic safety systems are hard press to deal with a tree, a head on collision, a rollover, or a cliff.

    1. John in AA says:

      That sounds like a great issue to take up with your congressperson or state rep. Good luck with it.

    2. Speculawyer says:

      Yeah, I hope they have a good security system with a “Valet” mode and a “my teenage son” mode that can limit the power available.

    3. MDEV says:

      You can always buy an i3 or Leaf . I think if you let a teen drive this type of car is a parenting problem.

  2. James says:

    Long, looooong video replete with F bombs and sundry cuss words. Not a professional job by any means, and I admit I ffwd through some of it for those reasons. Can’t take people seriously if they can’t even stop talking like dock workers even when doing a video for mass consumption.

    Watched enough to be bored about the guy’s concerns over his Tesla stock – and watch him drive a D by himself and not really cover any of the massive driver-control changes and sound unimpressed, only to drive another D during daylight hours with a Tesla rep and sound all delighted.


    1. Mike says:

      A for Effort.
      F for proper use of an Editor.
      iMovie comes with your fine Apple Product.

      1. protomech says:

        Not anymore, it’s a $15 download (and it’s targeting the prosumer market now).


  3. Foo says:

    They applied image stabilization AFTER they added graphics. Geniuses.

    1. ffbj says:

      Right, like closing the barn door after the horse has run off.