Thanks to the new OTA update of the American auto manufacturer, the performance of the Tesla Model X and Model S is more impressive.
For manay performance car enthusiasts, EVs can never be as attractive as an ICE-powered one. Nevertheless, it is undeniable that electric motors are often more performanc-focussed in comparison to their ICE counterparts. When mentioning electric car manufacturers which produce EVs with high performance, it would be a mistake not to mention Tesla.
The Tesla Model X has gained a considerable rise in performance output.
Tesla, Inc., sets a good example for modern EV automakers. It helps proves that electric cars do not have to be strange and unpleasant but totally can be good-looking and well-equipped. Actually, they can be a better alternative to ICE-powered vehicles. The advantages of a premium EV over an equally-priced ICE-powered car are countless. Nevertheless, the ability to be equipped with new features and attain a more impressive performance through an Over-The-Air (OTA) upgrade was almost out of the question for standard electric cars. The good news is that a new OTA update is going to be introduced to the Tesla Model X and Model S ‘Performance’ models with new Raven motors.
Accordingly, the Tesla Model S and Model X can accelerate from a standstill to 100 kmph in only 2.3 seconds and 2.6 seconds, respectively. In the meantime, the quarter-mile times have been decreased to 10.4 and 11 seconds. Furthermore, the cars also get more endurance for back-to-back launch controls. A new ‘Cheetah Stance’ launch mode has also been introduced by the American auto manufacturer. Let’s imagine your EV getting a remarkable rise in output figures simply by connecting to Wifi, which is a breakthrough in automobiles.
The Tesla Model S can accelerate from a standstill to 100 kmph in only 2.3 seconds
Undeniably, emission-free means of transport would greatly contribute to environmental protection. Since in many developing countries, electricity is still generated from fuming coal power plants. Therefore, it is necessary to maintain a balance among cleaner ICE, ‘electrified’ and electric motors to help protect the environment.