The all-new Tesla Model S P100D has one of the quickest sprint times, not just among electric cars, but all the performance cars in the automobile market today. Bugatti Veyron might hold the record for fastest car in the world, but when it comes to reaching 60mph in 2.5 seconds, Tesla’s performance car puts the best of Lamborghini, Ferrari, and Bugatti cars to shame.

Thanks to the new 100kW battery, theTesla Model S P100P is able to make the most out of its Ludicrous Mode. The larger battery packs also allow Model S to run for longer distances. The new range has been rated at 315 miles under EPA tests and 381 under NEDC test.

This iscurrentlythe best electric mileage of anyproduction car.

Acceleration: Model S P100D vs. the best

The latest Model S P100D can push to 60mph in 2.5 seconds, which is 0.3 seconds faster than Mclaren P1. Furthermore, as all the Porsche 918 and Laferrari cars have been sold out, the incredible P100D is the crown holder of the title: "production car with the fastest acceleration." It is also faster than theLamborghini Huracan, McLaren 570S, and Ferrari 488 GTB.

Being the fastest mass production car also means that this four-wheel electric vehicle beats most consummate racing champions and luxury cars in the 0-60mph sprint. This includes all of Bentley, Dodge, BMW, Aston Martin, and all the top speed-savvy automakers who have been in the business for decades.

Days are long gone when Carnot engine’s and combustion chambers ruled the road. The power is gradually shifting to electric drivetrains and theModel S P100D is proof that all-electric vehicles can travel faster and farther than gasoline. This is because improving the efficiency of fuel consumption is much difficult than increasing the efficiency of electric batteries.

Tesla Model S P100D has rocked the automotive world with just 11% increase in its battery power, but it is sufficient enough to boost its mileage with an additional 15 miles.

Pricing and upgrades

Tesla Model S P100P offers speed enthusiasts all the awesomeness with a starting price of just $135,000 what million dollar cars cannot fully deliver.

We have not even discussed its amazing capabilities like the state-of-the-art autopilot system, automatic software updates, noiseless driving, and most amazingly the eco-friendly Bioweapon mode.

The car enthusiasts in the US who have ordered P90Ds (Ludicrous Mode) can change their order to Model S P100D for an extra $10,000, while your current P90D can get P100D specifications for an additional $20,000. The upgrades might not sound cheap but it is the cost of battery replacement and recycling, so basically the major difference is the batteries which also affects the charging time. The following video shows Tesla Model S P100D beating Lamborghini Huracan in the 0-60mph sprint.