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Did Tesla Motors just announce the world's fastest production car?

Tesla just unveiled a new battery option for its Model S and Model X line of automobiles, and it’s raising eyebrows all over the world.

Tesla now has a car that goes 0 to 60 mph (~100kph) in 2.5 seconds. Yes! Faster than it takes you to read the title of this post

Tesla automobiles have always been fast: from the Roadster to the model S. However, with the newly unveiled Model S P100D, Tesla now has a car that goes 0 to 60 mph (~100kph) in 2.5 seconds. Yes! Faster than it takes you to read the title of this post. Even better, it’s the third fastest accelerating production car ever produced.

Model S Advantage

It’s almost impossible to comprehend a four door sedan with ample luggage space and seats for up to 7 persons can perform so well. It’s performance capacity can be compared to the Porsche 918 Spyder, Laferrari, lamborghini and the likes.

Model X advantage

The world’s quickest SUV just got even faster!

The world’s quickest SUV just got even faster, accelerating from 0 to 60 mph (~100kmh) in 2.9 seconds, and travelling up to 289 miles on a single charge. This range gets significantly improved with the Tesla super charger network.

Upgrade Plans

Tesla are already getting recognized for gaining more features with time. If you purchased a Tesla last year, chances are your Tesla has much more features than it did when you purchased it. It maybe even increased in value --- okay maybe let’s not get ahead of ourselves here.

Existing P90D Ludicrous owners can upgrade to a 100 kWh pack for $20,000, as their used 90 kWh pack will have to be recycled, while Tesla customers who have placed a Ludicrous P90D order (see what I did there), but not taken delivery, can upgrade to the 100 kWh pack for $10,000.

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The New Rolls-Royce Concept Is At Least 2 Centuries Ahead Of Us

The British company is calling it the “Rolls-Royce VISION NEXT 100” and people are struggling with the right adjectives to describe it. This particular self driving car meets the demands of every gratuitous millionaire who is looking for ways to burn money... but it’s zero emission so that’s really okay.

 

Wheels standing at 28 inches and made with 65 pieces of aluminium, for no reason at all.

 

It’s almost hard to tell what’s going on with the wheels but lord have mercy, it does look sleek. To announce the cars arrival, the BMW-owner luxury car makes wrote a press release scarce of actual technical insight but managed to describe the car using an array of very peculiar words.

Effortless

Autonomous

Spacious

Beautiful

Revolutionary

Authentic

No-compromise

Coachbuilt

Personalized

Zero-emissions

Bespoke

Exquisite

Helpful

Discreet

Vigilant

Powerful

Advanced

Precious

Contemporary

Natural

Sensual

Luxurious

Regal

Opulent

Futuristic

Artful

Sensual

Graceful

Expressive

Dramatic

Bold

Smooth-bottomed

Unruffled

 

 

All the luxury space you can afford.

That’s a lot of words, yes.... It’s safe to say that the Brits aren’t trying to coax you into buying this car with automobile jargons, if you have the money and want the luxury, this is your car.

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TESLA Model 3: The Final Step In The Tesla Master Plan

After years of waiting, Tesla finally unveils the model 3; the Tesla Elon Musk bets will take the electric motor industry to the next level in terms of affordability and overall enhanced specifications. The model 3 (formerly called the model E) is Tesla's most affordable car yet. It combines real world range, performance, safety and spaciousness into a premium sedan.

Tesla Model 3

The model 3 unveiling comes with no shock as this has been Tesla's goal from day one: to produce a mass market electric car. Elon says it's Tesla's secret master plan. It was originally a trilogy, now it’s a "four part trilogy".First was the Tesla roadster: a high price, and low volume car launched in 2008 which showed the world that you could have a great electric car that's fast, sleek and beautiful.Then came the Model S; the fastest four-door car in history,  and then the Model X, for SUV lovers.

Tesla model 3

Make no mistake, this car is still a steal for its price, the base model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in less than 6 seconds (faster than its comparable counterparts; the BMW 3 series and Mercedes C class) with iterations going even faster. It goes at least 215 miles per charge, and yes, it supports supercharging and auto pilot features by default, no add-ons required.The model 3 already has over 250,000 orders. I bet keeping up with deliveries may be a little be challenging. But this is definitely worth the wait     .Tesla model 3

Tesla places a $35,000 ptice tag for the base model, and Elon Musk says it’s a 5 star car in all respects.

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