Tesla Model S has gained another two feathers in their cap! The pioneering electric vehicle manufacturer has been declared the "world's quickest car" and has recently fine-tuned its autopilot options.
Tesla's chief Boss Elon Musk has tweeted that the company's latest Tesla Model S P100D has simply achieved a super speed of 0 to 60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds flat!. However, with a downloadable software update known as "Ludicrous +", its speed will go quicker to 2.4 seconds from 0 to 60 mph reported The Drive.
Likewise, in an exceedingly check that shocked skeptics, even more, America's Motor Trend Magazine recently revealed that the Tesla Model S's speed time was recorded at 2.28 seconds from 0 to 60 miles per hour.
Which means Tesla Model S P100D is formally the quickest automobile on record, quicker than the Lamborghini Aventador, Porsche 911 Turbo S, Ferrari LaFerrari and Bugatti Veyron. Now for the software update to one of the distinctive features of the Tesla Model S P100D, the autonomous driving feature.
According to Teslarati, it was claimed that the 8.1 software update allows the Autosteer feature to work on the Tesla Model S's speed of up to 80 miles per hour rather than simply 55 mph. Moreover, the software update permits Auto Lane amendment and Lane Departure Warning - making the Teslas to quickly change lanes.
Nevertheless, the Summon feature moves the Tesla back and forth by the remote control device. The Tesla Model S is heavier. Even at 2,242 kgs., it still will power up to 603 HP and a 713 lb. - ft. of torque-applying two electric motors and sprint time owing to a 4WD frame.
Not shocking that Teslarati reported that Tesla managed to deliver an award-winning 25,000 Model S and Model X within the half of 2017. This figure represents a 69% increase over Q1 2016 deliveries - a transparent indicator that the Tesla Model S and Model X are the electric cars to shop for this year!.