We know the Tesla Model S Plaid is fast, but with Track Pack engaged, it takes things to a whole new level. AutoTopNL took this vehicle to the Autobahn to find out just what it can do, as this mode was engineered to achieve the quickest lap time for a production electric vehicle at Germany’s Nürburgring, while enabling individual adjustability of stability control, handling balance as well as regenerative braking.
What happened on the famous ‘highway without speed limits’? Well, it managed to accelerate from 62-124 mph (100-200 km/h) in a mere 3.99 seconds. To keep things cool when in Plaid Track Mode, the temperature of the battery pack and motors is automatically lowered to create a significant amount of chilled thermal mass. This mode relies heavily on front and rear motors to command rotation, with torque applied to the front axle arrests rotation to pull the car straight.
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- The included, free-rolling Cyberquad can be added or removed from open truck bed that's part of this Cybertruck's unique form factor.
- The custom remote controller is exclusive to this model, and its design is modeled on the Cybertruck's steering wheel.
Auto-Top is an honest and pure car filming and testing company. We’re not interested in eco & green (unless it’s like, really superfast). Screaming exhausts, whining superchargers and blowing turbo’s is what we want to hear! We review all sorts of performance cars. In the different playlists you can enjoy exhaust sounds, acceleration tests (0-100, 0-200) with launch control, onboard cams and the revving sound of each car. Exotic cars, hothatches, power sedans,” said AutoTopNL.