P90D

  • Watch Aussies react to Ludicrous mode in the Tesla Model S P90D

    It’s one thing to read about a car’s performance numbers, but another thing entirely to experience it yourself. The Tesla Model S P90D features two modes of acceleration, ‘Sport’ and ‘Ludicrous’. To be perfectly honest, both are stupid fast, but if you want to ask the car for the...
  • Review: Tesla Model S P90D, the stealthy supercar that’s brilliantly easy to drive

    This is the Tesla Model S P90D. It’s the top model from Tesla, with a battery that’s good for around 460km, and it’s Ludicrous mode will activate the dual electric motors to accelerate you like a rollercoaster from 0-100km/h in around 3 seconds. The interior is filled with carbon...
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    Recharging the Tesla Model S.

    With the Model S key in your pocket, connecting the car to a charger couldn’t be simpler. Each of the chargers have a button that communicates with the charger port. Simply press the button on the charger handle and the charger point, hidden in the left rear light, opens...
  • Touching your Tesla: Goodbye knobs and dials you are no longer required

    From the moment you sit in a Tesla Model S, you know this is very different to every other car you’ve been in. Despite the vast amount of stitched leather and carbon fibre in this P90D review model, your eyes are immediately drawn to the massive 17” touchscreen. This...
  • Tesla’s dual-motor (P85D) Model S launches in Australia

    Yesterday in a Melbourne Airport hanger, Tesla Australia gave press and owners, the chance to experience the all wheel drive version of the Model S. Unfortunately I couldn’t make it to the event, yep one of those times you really hate your calendar. The guys over at Car Advice...