Storyboard

Tesla's Model S Plaid: The 'World's Quickest Car' Makes Its Debut

Five months after its introduction, the first Tesla Model S "Plaid" cars have been delivered. Elon Musk calls it the "quickest production vehicle ever made" and it's not cheap either. It has a $130,000 price tag and can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in under two seconds. Read more about the electric vehicle's debut.

Avatar - The Tech Desk
Curated by
The Tech Desk
    • Electric Vehicles
    • Tesla
    • Automotive Industry
    • Autos
    • Tesla Model S
Tesla's Model S Plaid: The 'World's Quickest Car' Makes Its Debut
Continue to read
6 stories in this Storyboard
    Tesla Model S Plaid debuts as the world's quickest car with a jacked-up $129,990 price

    Tesla Model S Plaid debuts as the world's quickest car with a jacked-up $129,990 price

    verified_publisher
    Fox News - Gary Gastelu

    The world's quickest car has finally arrived … five months late. Tesla held a delivery event for the new Model S Plaid at its Fremont, Calif., factory on Thursday night after previously saying it would be available in February. Twenty-five cars were handed over to their owners. The sedan is the top …

    Tesla delivers the first 25 Model S Plaid sedans

    Tesla delivers the first 25 Model S Plaid sedans

    verified_publisher
    The Verge - Sean O'Kane

    A lucky 25 customers received Tesla’s redesigned Model S “Plaid” at an event hosted by CEO Elon Musk in Fremont, California on Thursday night. The Silicon Valley automaker has billed this new $130,000 version of the Model S — first announced in January and originally slated to ship in March — as the …

More stories from Electric Vehicles