That would bring the electric automaker up to 55,000 deliveries total. Sounds ambitious.
An over-the-airwaves update for the Model S P85 and P85D cars will improve acceleration, and unlock more power.
691 HP vs. 707 HP… So why does the bloke with the petrol engine have so much trouble?
What, you other EV users have to manually plug in your car to charge? How pedestrian.
The jaw-dropping performance of the Tesla Model S P85D is about to get even jaw-dropping-er.
Both have 691 HP, all-wheel-drive, 4,000+ pounds – oh yeah, this should be good.