Tesla is busy taking names at the dragstrip with its Model S P100D. Previously, the 100D managed to set a new world record to become the quickest four-door production sedan by clocking a 10.76 in the quarter mile.
However, Tesla returned with its Ludicrous Plus mode, which provides an additional 35 hp and quicker acceleration times. In the process, this Tesla Model S P100D stomped a 2016 Cadillac CTS-V to clip the outgoing record.
This time, the Model S ran a blisteringly quick 10.72 in the quarter mile, yet still shy of Tesla’s claimed 10.6 second time. From launch, the CTS-V never stood a chance to the all-wheel drive, electric behemoth.
Have a look at the run in the video right up above.