Watch Tesla Model X P100D Race Lamborghini Urus

DEC 2 2018 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 7

DragTimes presents the ultimate SUV matchup.

It’s the world record showdown featuring the Tesla Model X P100D versus the Lamborghini Urus. Which mega-powerful SUV wins? Let’s look at some specs first.

The main electric player here is the Model X, which is the lone SUV among the electric vehicle range at Tesla.

It’s up against the Urus. It’s powered by a 4.0L bi-turbocharged V8, producing 650 hp and 627 lb-ft of torque, which catapults the SUV from zero to 62 miles per hour in just 3.2 seconds.

The particular variant of the Model X in this race is a P100D performance version. It cranks out up to 772 horsepower coupled with instantaneous torque delivery that EVs are known for. 0 to 60 mph? That’s just 2.9 seconds for the Tesla Model X.

Which one wins the race? Watch the video to find out.

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7 Comments on "Watch Tesla Model X P100D Race Lamborghini Urus"

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ffbj

Cops pull in front of Tesla to slow it down. See not everyone knows nothing about Tesla:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cRaNfNABJeQ

scottf200

https://twitter.com/elonmusk/status/1069416551038640129
Twitter: Elon Musk 8:22 PM · Dec 2, 2018
“We’re adding police car, fire truck & ambulance to the Tesla neural net in coming months”

Elemental

The Urus seems to be about $90K more expensive than the model X. At $255K it will get dominated by the comparably priced Roadster 2.0, when it arrives 🙂

SeattleTom

The Roadster 2.0 is not an SUV.

scottf200

“Production car” tho

Bar

Why is this idiot drag racing without actually strapping his helmet on? It’s just sitting on his head like a hat.

floydboy

The Tesla’s ‘pull’ tapers off dramatically about 4/5 of the way into the races(likely between 95-100 mph). Another gear could solve that and give it the win every time, but I imagine Tesla wouldn’t want to deal with the added weight, cost and complexity. With the new Roadster, they’ll likely just go with a much bigger step ratio between the rear and front motors than in the current cars. Thus sticking with the ‘single gear’ ethos.