Tesla Model S P100D Ludicrous Plus 2018 in-depth review | Mat Watson Reviews




The Tesla Model S emphatically proves that electric cars can be exciting to drive. I try the top spec P100D model – complete with Ludicrous Mode – a car which in terms of both price and…

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  1. With a Self Driving Tesla, with Autopilot, you can send your Tesla to pick up the Groceries you ordered by Phone. Tesla Motors is in the Right Place at the Right Time. Plug In Electric Cars are selling world wide and sales are increasing. There can be no doubt that the time will come when there will be only Plug In Electric Cars and No Gas Guzzling Combustion Engine Cars to pollute the Air. If I had money to invest in the Stock Market, I would Buy Tesla Stock at this time. There is going to be some big money made on Tesla Stock as the years pass. Tesla Autopilot Driving is Very Cool.

  2. hi isnt it a little dangerous having a ludicrous mode which allows one to drive like an idiot if you can afford it ive never seen a tesla go fast but i feel quite worried in case ppl go mad on the road

  3. This is a really pretty good looking car on the outside the only probably is for the price u could get a Mercedes, BMW, Audi, and Lexus or any luxury is personal preference matter which have good quality but overall this a very good practical, and efficient car

  4. Lol, I get why there's a picture in the trunk now. It's Nikola Tesla! First few times I watched this, I think I noticed it but I didn't understand. I knew what Nikola Tesla looked like afterwards.

  5. lol with this car the little bump from the seats in the back when you fold them down is 'no big problem' but with the Kuga you nearly made a scene about it. There was even a way to easily fix this with the Kuga, which you didn't mention. So ya..

  6. Question: What's the point of ludicrous mode if using it is bad for the car? If you use it a lot, I presume they will give you a bad time on warranty work for the motor and/or battery?

    Seriously, having to answer that question seems to say that anyone who wants their Tesla to last shouldn't use it.

    I'm not bashing Tesla here. I'm a fan of BEV's and PHEV's and expect them to continue to improve relative to ICE's. I'm just trying to understand all the emphasis on top performance (which you pay a BIG premium for), if using it will cause premature battery/motor wear.

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