Today Tesla announced a brand new version of the Model S electric car. Called the Model S P100D, which is capable of hitting 60 MPH in just 2.5 seconds, a decent upgrade from the P80D’s 2.8 seconds.

It’s also just one-tenth of a second slower than the Ferrari LaFerrari, whilst keeping its four-door sedan design.

That impressive speed is thanks to the P100D’s larger, 100-kWh. But that doesn’t just add speed, it also means that the Model S can offer 315 miles of range, which is up from the previous 300 miles.

There is also be a P1000D version of the Model X SUV, which can reach 60 MPH in 2.9 seconds.

This does mean that you are going to have to put some more cash in, with the base price starting at $119,500.

Those who pre-ordered a P90D but haven’t received it yet will be able to upgrade for $10,000 and those who have can upgrade for $20,000.

You can read more about the launch at the source link.

Source: Tesla Motors

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