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With ‘Ludicrous Mode,’ Tesla Model S Goes 0-60 in 2.8 seconds

Tesla’s also working on a new roadster model.<p>Announced at a July 17 press conference, a new option for the Model S called "Ludicrous Mode" is so fast it'll pin you to your seatback with 1.1 Gs of force.<p>Compared to the older "Insane Mode"—where you can already go from 0 to 60 in 3.1 seconds—Tesla's …

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Tesla’s next Roadster will be one of the quickest cars in the world

Tesla Motors co-founder and CEO Elon Musk has quietly announced new details about the long-awaited, second-generation Roadster.<p>What the upcoming …

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We aren't giving Tesla enough credit for how incredible the Model S is

Insane Mode was truly insane. Here was a four-door luxury car that could do 0-to-60 in a staggering 3.1 seconds. That's supercar velocity.<p>But Ludicrous Mode cranks the Model S up to 11. Yes, it truly does. Through some complicated electrical engineering and the addition of a 90kWh battery option, …

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Tesla Goes Into 'Ludicrous Mode' and Makes 5 Major Announcements

Seriously, one is called "Ludicrous Mode."<p>When an automaker announces that it is updating its 691-hp, dual-motor, all-wheel-drive electric supersedan with an extra 71 horsepower and a new "Ludicrous" drive mode, it's difficult to even care about any concurrent announcements from said company that …

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Tesla Debuts "Ludicrous" Speed Update, 90-kWh Battery for Model S

Move over, Insane mode. Tesla is introducing a new “Ludicrous” mode as a $10,000 option on the Tesla Model S P90D, allowing the full-size sedan to hit 60 mph in an estimated 2.8 seconds.<p>Two-point-eight seconds. That’s faster than the previous range-topping 2015 Tesla Model S P85D, which we’ve …