The Tesla Model S continues to surprise all and sundry, winning all kinds of drag racing. The world’s fastest electric sedan is now in Australia, and Australia are famous for their very powerful sedans with V8 engines. In Australia do not go around with nonsense, and believe that both an Holden Commodore V8 Supercar – a racing car of the championship – as a Holden Commodore HSV GTS prepared by Tom Walkinshaw have a few things to say to the Tesla Model S. What will happen?
The Tesla Model S should face the best of Australia in drag racing.
First, yes, the Tesla Model S is the P85D , equipped with two electric motors with a total of 762 hp and 0 to 100 km / h 3.3 seconds – as presenter in Australia Car Advice. But Holden HSV Commodore GTS prepared by Tom Walkinshaw is nothing short. Its engine 6.2 V8 LSA is supercharged and develops an output of 680 hp, in addition to owning a sports suspension. Does the 0-100 km / h in 4.0 seconds, but has a higher than heavier electric sedan top speed.
As if this were not enough, have brought the V8 Supercar Series one Holden Commodore V8 Supercar, a real racing car driven by a pilot professional. A beast of 650 hp, with a weight of only 1,400 kg and a fearsome reputation in circuit. But remember that Tesla has its “Insane Mode” enabled, a real bullet in the chamber. I will let you see the video … but I’ll just say in conclusion that the Tesla Model S continues to surprise us with each passing day. What a wonderful car!