Jet-Powered Tesla Model S P85D Races Model S Plaid
Matt Mikka of Warped Perception recently added jet turbines to his Tesla Model S P85D and really wanted to put it to the test. So, what better way than by pitting it against the current fastest Tesla vehicle, the Model S Plaid? Despite how small the jet turbines are, they generate a whopping 300-pounds of thrust right off the line, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 3.32-seconds, compared to 4.38-seconds without the extra boost. Read more to see how the showdown played out.

If any Tesla Model S owner decides to add jet turbines to their own vehicle, just know that you’ll probably need to visit a racetrack since they are quite loud to say the least, especially since they burn kerosene and turbine oil for fuel. With that said, the Model S Plaid is definitely no slouch with its tri-motor setup that puts out 1020 horsepower and 1050 pound-feet of torque. We won’t spoil the results, but let’s just say that with some tweaking, both give each other a run for their money.

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