Is a jet-powered Tesla Model S P85D faster than the all-new Tesla Model S Plaid? For that answer, we’ll need to check out Warped Perceptions’ latest showdown. One thing to note is that the Tesla Model S Plaid is powered by a tri-motor setup generating 1,020 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque.
Matt Mikka of Warped Perception equipped his Tesla Model S P85D with three small jet engines in the rear that make 300 pounds of thrust, in addition to the main electric engine. Unfortunately (or fortunately), these jet engines are not electric, but rather powered by kerosene and tubine oil, so you’ll definitely hear this vehicle coming. After a total of five runs, it’s safe to say that the P85D really held its own against the most powerful Tesla model yet.
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