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What is the 0-60 on a 2013 Tesla Model S?

What is the 0-60 on a 2013 Tesla Model S?

The top-of-the-line 85 kWh Performance model offers 416 horsepower, and Tesla says that the Model S Performance will accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 4.4 seconds with a top speed of 130 mph. The EPA reports that the Model S gets 94/97 mpg equivalent with the 60 kWh battery pack, and offers a driving range of 208 miles.

How fast is the Model S Tesla 0 to 60?

Its zero-to-60-mph time is 0.1 second off Tesla’s claim, but Car and Driver tests on a non-prepped surface. We tested a 2021 Tesla Model S Plaid, and it reached 60 mph in 2.1 seconds on the way to a quarter-mile pass in 9.4 seconds at 151 mph.

How much horsepower does a 2013 Tesla Model S have?

302 to 416 hp2013 Tesla Model S / Horsepower

Do all Teslas have ludicrous mode?

Not every Tesla Performance car before 2019 had the Ludicrous feature. For the ones that did, Tesla offered or installed a shiny little car badge upgrade with an underline (e.g., P90D) on the back of the car. Heads up, though, you can find a used Tesla with Ludicrous mode that did not get a badge upgrade.

How many miles does a 2013 Tesla Model S last?

Here is the short answer to how long a Tesla Model S will last: A Tesla Model S can last between 200,000 – 400,000 miles before requiring a new battery module due to degradation. Based on an annual mileage of 15,000 miles per year this equates to approximately 13 – 27 years of service.

How fast can a 2013 Model S charge?

Model S owners–and nobody else–will be able to plug in and grab up to 150 miles of extra range in 30 minutes, about the time it takes to empty their bladders and then eat a fast-food meal and/or check their mobile devices. Astonishingly, the Superchargers are free for Model S owners.

How do I put Model S in ludicrous mode?

To activate, the driver must depress the brake pedal while pushing on the accelerator pedal. When the battery has reached its optimum temperature, the driver releases the brake pedal for instant and maximum thrust. Tesla discourages drivers from operating in Ludicrous Plus Mode for extended periods.

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