The standard 85D version gets a pair of 188bhp motors, and despite the extra 90kg claims an extra 10 miles of range because the two motors’ power-efficiency curves can be better balanced. The terrific ride and handling balance is unchanged. The P85D gets the 470bhp motor from the now-defunct P85+ range-topper, and a 221bhp front motor for a system total of 691bhp
The P85D feels way faster than the McLaren F1, whose 0-60mph time it matches, because you don’t have to do anything. The Macca is all screaming V12 and banged-home changes. The Model S doesn’t even change gear for you, because it only has one. The only thing you need to do is actually kick the throttle open.
This Tesla really looks amazing and feels the same way.No wonder that they call car of the future.