The three-motor Model S Plaid is targeting a Nurburgring lap time in the low 7-minute mark, although we’d be surprised to see that wing on a production car.
One of the Tesla Model S Plaid prototypes features an eye-catching rear diffuser.
The only interior features of the two Tesla prototypes are a dashboard, a racing seat and a roll cage.
The fastest lap timed manually by a witness was 7m23s, making the Model S prototype 20 seconds quicker than the Taycan.
The new powertrain will slot above the existing 100D and shall be fitted to the Model S and X, as well as the upcoming Roadster.
This is the Model S Tesla is going to use for its Nurburgring lap record attempt.
The Tesla Model Y won’t land in the hands of customers until the fall of 2020.
Elon Musk says Tesla’s pickup truck will premiere later this year.
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