We’re now just days away from seeing the official reveal of Aston Martin’s new DB11 at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, however, as is often the case in this day and age photos of the car have already surfaced. Nevertheless, this latest teaser video from Aston Martin highlights the car’s heritage and a shadowy glimpse at the end hints…
We are all rabid for a new, sixth-generation Ford Bronco. Rumor has it Ford is planning to build one by 2020. The automaker has been trolling Bronco fans for a while now with teasers and winking hints. And whether you’re a fan of the upright 1960s original or the early-’90s version of O.J. Simpson fame, you’re […]
Pagani hasn’t made a rational car yet, and the Huayra BC does little to change that fact. Adhering to the same “better performance through a cost-is-no-object blend of passion and technology” approach that it applies to all of its creations, the Huayra BC is Pagani’s most powerful road car to date. Lighter and more powerful […]
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Can A Ludicrous Tesla Model X Beat A Ludicrous Model S In A Drag Race?
Now that the new Tesla Model X electric SUV is finally being delivered to customers it’s time to see just exactly what kind of performance we can expect. Luckily for us, Tesla followed up the insanely powerful Ludicrous mode Model S P90D with an equally Ludicrous Model X P90D, and somebody raced them.http://truckyeah.jalopnik.com/what-its-like-…The Tesla Model X just so happens to be the fastest SUV ever; not just American SUV; not just electric SUV—the Model X P90D’s combined (available) horsepower of over 530 from its front and rear motors meeting a claimed 0 to 60 time of just 3.2 seconds makes it the fastest sport utility vehicle ever made. But how does it compare to its equally fully-electric mind-blowing sibling, the Model S P90D (which sits on the same platform)?Well, when the Model X doesn’t jump the line, it turns out that extra size equates to about 600 pounds of extra weight, ultimately slowing down the SUV when compared to its sedan sibling. But damn if it isn’t close.According to dragtimes.com, The Model X’s best time was 11.61 at 116 mph, while the Model S’s best was 11.24 at 118.5 mph. Both vehicles were said to be fully charged. That’s only a difference of 0.37 seconds, 2.5 mph—making that the “lightest” 600 pounds I’ve ever heard of. All it takes is a blink of the eye and it’s a toss up between the two. While at the strip, the Model X P90D used in the test (with Ludicrous Mode) clocked a 0 to 60 of just 3.1 seconds. In an SUV. I hope the kids don’t mind being early to soccer practice.Be sure to check out the article covering the end-all be-all of electric drag races over at DragTimes.Contact the author at email@example.com or @WestbrookTweets.
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For $499, You Can Buy Your Kids A Little Tesla Model S From Radio Flyer
Tesla and Radio Flyer — yep, the company best known for the little red wagon that parents all over the U.S. use to drag their kids around their neighborhoods — are about to launch a little electric Model S for kids.
The $499 Model S for Kids is now available for pre-order and is scheduled to ship in May.
Like any good Tesla, the Model S for Kids is obviously powered by batteries. Read More