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The exceptional performance of the Tesla Model S Plaid is possible thanks to the three-motor, all-wheel-drive system that is rated at 1,020 hp (about 760 kW).
Here we can take a look at the Plaid's rear subframe and rear drive unit, which consists of two Permanent Magnet - Synchronous Reluctance Motors (PMSRM), two inverters and two single-speed transmissions in one huge, symmetrical housing. The motors are individually connected to the rear wheels, providing full torque vectoring. In the front there is only one motor for the front axle.
Ingineerix reports that the inverters look - at least on the outside - the same as in the Model 3 (but there is only one in the rear), but they might be different inside. The high-speed electric motors with a very thin …
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