Tesla Model S 70d awd 2016 Introduction review / evaluation / test
After pulling off the covers from their latest electric car in April, Tesla have made available the S 70D to the local Australian market. The newcomer takes the reigns from the outgoing Model S P60, with uprated features such as a larger battery to produce an extended drive range of 50 kilometres and most notably, dual electric motors which now send power to all four wheels.
It will cost an extra ,000 for the S 70D, but we think that’s money well spent for a brand new driving experience from the pioneering car maker. Performance is pegged at 5.4s for the 0-100km/h sprint with a top speed of 225km/h, whilst a single charge will squeeze out 440kms out of the bank. Lest we forget, the available 245kW is on tap from 0rpm for those looking to trial Tesla’s neck-breaking launches.
Also included in the new package is free super charging, auto-pilot hardware, blind spot navigation and a host of other useful features.
The local price tag will start from 0,508 plus on-road costs.
Video: Tesla Model S 70D Perfomance Tests 0-60 MPH, 0-100 MPH, 1/4 Mile
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