Since Tesla made its disruptive entrance into the automotive world, the manufacturer has been on a roll with every model rolling out of its factory floors. YouTube also has seen more videos of Teslas setting blistering 0 to 60 timings and the familiar faces of shock when an unassuming electric car launches like a full-blown drag car. With multiple models catering to various market segments, the Tesla that grabs everyone's attention and achieves cult-like status is the car that wears the iconic P100 badge, now replaced by the Plaid tag. The car we have today brings electrified performance to your driveway and comes from this 2018 Tesla Model S P100D. With a reported 18,500 miles on the clock, this car comes equipped with a premium upgrades package and provides smiles on every charge.
With its design not changing all that much since its release in 2012, you sure won't mistake a Tesla for any other manufacturer. The sportier Model S sees a beefier design and aggressive body styling to make it stand out; these styling changes are further brought to life with this 2018 Tesla Model S P100D and its Midnight Silver Metallic exterior color. To distinguish from other model years, the 2018 model year saw refreshed 21" wheels; this car sports those 21" Sonic Carbon Twin Turbine Wheels, which are also made to match the car's exterior. A Tesla's interior is unique and sets the tone for electric cars in the future. The simplistic yet iconic interior design on this 2018 Tesla Model S P100D is complimented by a black premium interior that comfortably fits four passengers and a sunroof that elevates your driving experience. Everything is controlled via the central touchscreen, and all the tech toys including multi-zone climate control, premium sound system and ample infotainment options are all present and correct.
What the Tesla lacks for sound and the roar of gasoline engines, it makes up for in mind-boggling performance. The 100D Ludicrous Performance and dual motors on this 2018 Tesla Model S P100D ensure you shock passengers when accelerating from rest to sixty in less than 3 seconds, and give you more than 300 miles on a single charge. The all-wheel-drive system might add weight, but the sheer performance overrides the increase in weight, with even the folks over at Car and Driver referring to the Tesla Model S P100 D as agile and a car that handles well. All this and more while taking it slow and enjoying the full self-driving capability.
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