Elon Musk announced Tesla Model S Pold Electric car set new record for Electric vehicle. Elon announced on his tweeter account that the Tesla Model S Pold electric car set a new record for electric vehicles on 12.8 mile (20.6km) track. Nurburgring has registered.
According to report Engine, The post of Tesla CEO on Social media shows that the company’s electric sedan in full fabric condition and without any tuning and additional equipment, in 7 minutes and 30,909 seconds at an average speed of 166.32 km/h passed the German Nurburgring Is.
The Tesla Model S-Pold record was set yesterday, and an image posted by Elon Musk on Twitter shows a second record time of 7 minutes and 35,579 seconds, possible for a longer route (0.14 miles or,230 meters longer). Tesla has released an official video of the S Plaid, as well as another video from Nikko Tourist There is a Youtube video showing a Tesla car in several different places around the track.
With the new time, Tesla’s electric sedan broke the previous record of the electric can produce at the Nurburgring, set by the Porsche Taikan Turbo (7 minutes and 42 seconds in August 2019). It is safe to say That Tesla attempt to set a new record was not easy, and earlier this month, the Tesla Model S Pold at the NUrburgring probably crashed in an attempt to reach top speed.
This is remarkable result for a production electric vehicle; But Mask point out that the car has been complete unchanged. The time of 7 minutes and 30.909 seconds is much less than Dodder combustion sports cars on this route. Most recently June this year, the Porsche 911 GT2 RS with the Manthey Racing upgrade kit completed the 20.6 km Nurburgring in 6 minutes 38.835 seconds.
The situation is very different among sedans. The Tesla Model S is very close to competitors such as the Porsche Panamera Turbo (7 minutes and 29.81 seconds), the Alfa Romeo Julia QV (7 minutes and 32.00 seconds) and the Beamo M5 competition (7 minutes 35.90 seconds). As a final point, Elon Musk announced on Twitter that the next step for the upgraded Tesla Model S-Pold will be aerodynamics, carbon brakes and track-specific tires (all that can be done on the track without Tesla).
Nurburgring officials issued an official press released confirming Tesla’s record for the S-Poled model for electric vehicles. The statement said Andreas Simmonson As a driver behind the Wheel of a Tesla electric car, he covered a distance of 20.8 km/h in 7 minutes 35.579 seconds and a top speed of 279 km/h.