How fast is Tesla Model S from 0 to 60?

Once ready and in its cheetah stance, the Model S Plaid’s launch is drama-free, even without the added advantage of VHT. The electric car accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.07 seconds, more than 0.2 second quicker than our previous record holder.

Which Tesla Model S is the fastest?

Tesla Model S Plaid
The $133,000 Tesla Model S Plaid is the fastest-accelerating production car you can buy. It hits 60 mph in under two seconds and hits 120 mph in under six.

What is the Tesla Model S 0-60?

Acceleration of the various models ranges from outstanding to ferocious. We haven’t tested the Model S Long Range or Plaid yet, but our 2020 Model S test vehicle delivered a blistering 2.4-second zero-to-60-mph time and proved endlessly entertainment thanks to its immediate power delivery.

Are there different versions of the Tesla Model S?

Over time, Tesla keeps changing and tweaking their models and offers. In January 2017, Tesla offered 7 different versions of the Model S. The 60, 60D, 75, 75D, 90D, 100D, and P100DL.

Do you know the Tesla 0 to 60 times?

Zero to 60 times does not guarantee the accuracy of any of the Tesla 0-60 mph times. Our car specs website is considered by many, to be the most easy-to-find directory for car statistics including classic cars, hybrid cars, luxury cars, muscle cars, sports cars and more!

Is the Tesla Model’s A good car?

The Tesla Model S is also highly acclaimed. It has received awards like the World Green Car of the year for 2013, and Car of the Year for 2013 from the Motor Trend Car Automobile Magazine. Even the respected Time Magazine acknowledged it as one of the best 25 inventions in 2012.

What’s the range of a Tesla Model S?

Tesla Model S P85D: The Tesla Model S P85D is all about performance. If range is your ultimate concern, then you may want to stay away from this model. The P85D comes standard with all-wheel drive and motor power comes in at a whopping 463 horsepower and 713 lb.ft. of torque*. The Model S P85D makes it from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.1 seconds.