At least, in 0-60mph, the Tesla Model S P85D is a four door supercar with two engines, csontituing a combined 691HP and making it faster in accelration than a Ferrari 458; one motor in the front and one in the back.
Specs include 687 lb-ft of torque and a 0-60 MPH run of 3.2 seconds, all-wheel-drive, as well as an astounding 1g of lateral acceleration (this thing will tear your face off making fast, sharp turns). Only range is truly affected: 275 miles on the P85D, with lower-specced models getting longer ranges.
Three “D” models exist, the P85D being the top of the line, and the 60D and lower-end 85D going out in February. Tesla CEO Elon Musk did not talk specifics on price, but the base price of the P85D is $120,170; a $14,600 premium as part of an options package from the standard P85 model.
Another fantastic feature is what Musk calls, Autopilot. It’s a sensory-aware system for all Model S variants, where automated lane switching, self-parking, and stopping/slowing if coming close to other vehicles becomes a reality.
While the regulation to make it fully autonomous is not around yet, Tesla says they will continue working, so that one day, you’ll have a self-driving Tesla.