With ridiculous acceleration, the 2015 Tesla Model S P85D serves as an excellent example of the potential for electric cars and boasts updates that make it compare well feature-for-feature with competitive luxury cars, but most buyers should consider the Model S 85D, trading acceleration for longer range.
The electronics giant has sent out invitations to an event next month in San Francisco, where it's expected to show off the next iPhones and a new Apple TV box.
Tesla's latest Model S performed so well in the nonprofit publication's testing that its score was literally off the charts.
Tesla improved its Model S substantially with the new P85D edition, adding all-wheel drive and driver-assistance features that put the car on the road to autonomous driving.
The new Tesla Model S P85D has dual motors and autonomous drive features. Brian Cooley drives it and checks the tech.
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Brian Cooley offers a quick take on the Tesla S P85D and runs through its features, including dual motors and some new autonomy.
At an event in Los Angeles, Tesla CEO Elon Musk showed off the new dual-motor, all-wheel-drive Model S P85D equipped with what Musk called an autopilot system.
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