The Model S Plaid Beat The GT-R By A Full Second
The Nissan GT-R was quicker to start of the line here, but it didn’t take long for the Model S Plaid to start creating a separation with its rival. The sprint to quarter-mile was completed in 9.71 seconds by the Model S Plaid at a trap speed of 148.34 mph. The Nissan GT-R, on the other hand, took 10.799 seconds to finish the race at 132 mph. To win by more than a second on a drag strip against an icon like the Nissan GT-R is commendable.
The Model S Plaid comes with three motors that put out 1,020 horses combined. The 2021 GT-R, just for reference, is powered by a 3.8-liter, twin-turbo V-6 engine that makes 565 horses and 467 pound-feet of torque. Power is sent to all the wheels via a six-speed, dual-clutch automatic gearbox.
What’s The Model S Plaid All About?
Tesla launched the Model S Plaid earlier this month, which was essentially an event to mark the first customer deliveries of the high-performance car. In a nutshell, this is what makes the Model S Plaid so special:
- Based on the Model S
- Tri-motor setup
- 1,020 horses combined
- 0-60 mph in 1.99 seconds under ideal conditions
- Quarter-mile run in 9.23 seconds with a trap speed of 155 mph in ideal conditions
- Top speed of 200 mph
- World’s most aero-efficient car – Drag coefficient of 0.208
- Estimated range of 390 miles
- Supports fast charging up to 250 kW and can add 187 miles of range in 15 minutes
- F1-inspired, yoke steering wheel
- 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster
- 17-inch touchscreen system
- Screen for rear passengers that offers PS5-level performance
- Priced at $129,990
Watch the video of the Tesla Model S Plaid obliterating the Nissan GT-R below and share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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