'Crazy fast' Tesla Model S Plaid is now on roads, and it plays PS5-level games
The Tesla Model S Plaid is officially the latest electric car to hit roads, after the official delivery event took place in Fremont, California on June 10, with 25 cars passed to their new owners.
Tesla boasts that the Model S Plaid offers huge improvements over the original Model S, with the latest generation of the firm's flagship electric vehicle having broken the sub-two second 0-60mph barrier.
Tesla CEO, Elon Musk noted that no production car has ever done 0-60mph in under two seconds before, with the "crazy fast" Plaid's official time recorded at 1.99 seconds.
There's another speed record for the Model S Plaid too, as it also takes the crown as the fastest production car to complete a quarter mile, with a time of 9.23 seconds.
You'll find three electric motors inside the Tesla Model S Plaid, which can generate 1,020hp and propel the car to a top speed of 200mph.
It's quoted to have a range of up to 390 miles – making it one of the best EVs for range on the market – and using …
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