Tesla Performance Models EV Drag Racing
What happens when you pit every Model S and Model X Performance model against each other in a drag racing showdown? Well, there was only one way to find out, and CarWow was up for the task. First up, we have the 4,629 pound Model S P100D equipped with dual motors that generate a combined 671 hp and 701 lb-ft of torque.

Next, there’s the 5,511 pound Model X P100D with its two electric motors produce a combined 534 hp and 557 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. Can these two earlier performance models stand up against the Raven and Plaid variants? You might be surprised.
Hot Wheels RC Tesla Roadster in 1:64 Scale, Remote-Control Toy Car with Controller & Track Adapter, Works On & Off Track
  • The Hot Wheels R/C Tesla Roadster features awesome remote-controlled driving performance with exceptional design detail.
  • The 1:64 scale car works onand off-track and comes with a special adapter to transition between the two. It operates on a 2.4 GHz frequency so that multiple R/C cars can be played with at once without interference. (Additional cars sold separately.)
  • For those craving extra speed, there's a turbo booster that unlocks additional power for super high-speed thrills. Reach top speeds of 6.8 mph.

How cool is that. Amazing to see every version of each one. The best part is the improvement in each one. Best drag race you’ve ever done. Well done Carwow,” said one fan.


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