Tag: Ludicrous Mode

Tesla Update: New Ludicrous+ Fires Up Tesla Model S P100D To Go From 0 To 60 In 2.4 Seconds

Tesla CEO Elon Musk's promise of an Easter Egg that unleashes its fastest car's full potential has been released. And it definitely delivers in terms of acceleration.

Car Tech January 15, 2017

Porsche Engineer Says Mission E Will Be 'Something Special,' While Exec Claims Tesla's Ludicrous Mode Is A 'Facade'

A Porsche engineer described the upcoming Mission E electric vehicle as 'something special.' In addition, a product manager for the luxury carmaker called the Ludicrous mode of Tesla Motors a 'facade.'

Car Tech June 21, 2016

Tesla Can Upgrade Your Model S P90D With Insane Acceleration Mode To Ludicrous Mode For $10,000++

Tesla is now offering owners of the Model S P90D to upgrade their vehicle to the Ludicrous Mode. This means owners have to shell out a little over $10,000.

FUTURE TECH March 29, 2016

Tesla Announces Model X, An All-Electric SUV Focused on Safety

Tesla has announced its latest car, the Model X, which it hails as being the safest SUV ever. The car is not only safe, but has a range of 250 miles or more, and is available with ludicrous mode, which accelerates from 0 to 60 miles in 3.2 seconds.

FUTURE TECH September 30, 2015

Tesla Model S In 'Insane' Mode vs. Tesla Model S In 'Ludicrous' Mode: Which Is Faster? [Video]

Two Tesla Model S cars compete with each other: one in 'Insane' mode and the other in 'Ludicrous' mode. The car in Insane mode stands no chance against its counterpart in Ludicrous mode.

FUTURE TECH September 28, 2015

Tesla Model S 'Ludicrous Mode' Will Convert Electric Car Non-Believers To Radical Believers: Why? Because Vrooom

Ludicrous Mode for the Tesla Model S will take the electric car to 762 horsepower, allowing the vehicle to reach 0 to 60 mph in 2.8 seconds.

FUTURE TECH July 18, 2015

Tesla Announces New Model S For $70,000, Ludicrous Mode Acceleration Upgrade And Plans For Roadster

Tesla's action-packed conference call Friday (July 17) announced a $70,000 Model S rear-wheel-drive with 70kWh battery pack, a Ludicrous Mode acceleration that hits 0-60 in 2.8 seconds and plans for a Roadster to hit the streets in four years.

FUTURE TECH July 17, 2015

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