Upon its reveal, the Tesla Model S P100D shock the world. While the Model S comes standard with Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, in the P100D Model S, it pairs a high-performance rear motor with a high-efficiency front motor to achieve Ludicrous acceleration: the Model S P100D will sprint from zero to 60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds. In reality, this meant that a ton of owners would brag with their drag racing scalps, consisting of some of the most appealing and powerful high-performance machines available on the market today. But, how fast can it really go if some modding was done to it?
While you cannot really mod a Tesla Model S like every other, petrol-powered vehicle, there are some ways to improve its performance aspect. For the people behind the Tesla Racing Channel, the way of shedding extra way was chosen, removing a lot of unnecessary – racing wise – interior amenities. They pretty much tore out everything, giving the Tesla Model S P100D a weight loss diet that even the best fitness gurus wouldn’t be ashamed of.
The result? Press play on the video below and find out how much (if any) increases in the 0-62mph (0-100km/h) acceleration did they achieve.