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0-60/30-50/50-70 comparative times for 70D/85D/P85D

thegruf

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been looking for (and unable to find) comparative times for each of the models in the revised range preferably using Racelogic or similar using the current software (as of 5/5/15)

Anybody help with info to complete the table?


TM Website
Actual








0-600-6030-5050-7030-70
70-90
50-100
1/4
notes
70D
5.2







85D
4.4







P85D
3.13.05
1.15
1.65
2.80
2.50
5.80
11.5s @ 115.7mph
Dragtimes
this could get a bit complicated with temps/SoC etc, so for now just best times achieved and what you measured with
 
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TM Website
Actual
With rollout







0-600-60
0-60*30-5050-7030-7070-9050-1001/4notes
40
6.5







TMC 2013
60
5.7
5.5
2.02.94.9

14.2s @ 98mphC&D 2014
705.5








70D
5.2
5.1
2.03.15.1

13.8s @ 101mphC&D 2015
85
5.4
5.0
1.72.13.82.86.813.2s @ 110.9mphMotorTrend 2013
85D
4.23.86
1.32



12.66s @ 108.1mphOwner measured using Gtech SS, 1/4 mile benf
90D4.23.87
1.251.9



Silspd PowerTools 19" wheels
P85+
4.2
4.0
1.41.93.32.76.412.4s @ 112.5mphMotorTrend 2013
P85D
3.13.5
3.05
1.151.652.802.505.8011.5s @ 115.7mphDragtimes 2015 + owner data
P90D3.1








P90DL2.83.062.811.061.5



Pete90D PerformanceBox
P90D_Performance_thread
P90DL with Launch Control
2.82





11.27 @ 118.7mphfiksegts #212
0-100 in 7.46
1/8 mile [email protected] 98.1mph
Max Power On but not fully conditioned.
Roadster reference3.73.7
1.3
2.03.33.78.712.6s @ 102mphRoad&Track 2011
* including 1 foot rollout

figures with/without rollout require verification
 
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PV4EV

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somebody must have got something on this?

I've not seen anything on the 70D or 85D. The following data is for the P85D, which has been variously documented and seems to be far more repeatable than getting an optimised one-off launch out of an ICE car before the transmission explodes with all the mechanical carnage going on ..

0-60 = 3.05s ( Dragtimes video, 2nd attempt, v6.2, see link below)
0-100 = 8.13s

30-50 = 1.15s
30-70 = 2.80s
50-70 = 1.65s
70-90 = 2.50s
50-100 = 5.80s

Quarter mile = 11.5s @ 115.7mph

Tesla Model S P85D v6.2 with Performance Update Testing 0-60 MPH in 3.05 Seconds - YouTube



Basically, its epically / staggeringly / unbelievably quick by almost any other road-legal supercar reference you care to pick, and debating things to the nearest 0.1 is a tad pointless. Not forgetting its a 5+2 seater saloon car.

Every type of measurement you could ask for up to about 100mph exceeds what a Ferrari F40 could once do (...although to be fair, thats a somewhat different car, for a different purpose, from a different era !)

You can compare the above stats with detailed timings for just about any iconic car you can think of, here :- Home - AccelerationTimes.com


Your mileage may vary, etc.
 

LetsGoFast

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Caveat: These numbers are from dynolicious, which I don't entirely trust to be completely accurate. I'm going to assume it did actually capture the relative numbers fairly accurately, but that also may be a bad assumption. If others have more data points, I'd love to see them.

0-60: 3.2 secs
30-50: 1.1 secs
50-70: 1.4 secs

These numbers were from a prior firmware, I do believe I'd see 3.1 on current firmware, but I'd expect the other numbers to be similar.
 

bp1000

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50-70: 1.4 secs

I know this is measured with an app, so would love to see a more measured test.

If its anywhere near 1.4 thats incredibly fast. It puts it up there with a veyron, 911 turbo etc. Only issue is all those traditional ICE cars are usually tested in top gear.

We all know the 0-60 is bonkers but people complain about "in gear" rolling acceleration and i would love to see some conclusive stats.

Even at the previous posted time of 1.6 seconds thats faster than the big Mac f1. So why are people complaining the P85D is all about the launch? I appreciate it isn't going to light your hair on fire on the Nurburgring and our german cousins might not be bonkers about its autobahn speeds but up to 100mph for the majority of us it looks loony quick?
 

LetsGoFast

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I know this is measured with an app, so would love to see a more measured test.

If its anywhere near 1.4 thats incredibly fast. It puts it up there with a veyron, 911 turbo etc. Only issue is all those traditional ICE cars are usually tested in top gear.

FWIW, my 911TT tested with the same app and the same phone at the same track clocked in 0.16 seconds faster 50-70. 1.44 vs 1.28 -- Probably both numbers are slightly inflated. The DragTimes guy has a Vbox, which I'd trust more than a cheesy iPhone app. My butt dyno agrees that the twin turbo is slightly faster at highway speeds, but not embarassingly so.
 

bp1000

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FWIW, my 911TT tested with the same app and the same phone at the same track clocked in 0.16 seconds faster 50-70. 1.44 vs 1.28 -- Probably both numbers are slightly inflated. The DragTimes guy has a Vbox, which I'd trust more than a cheesy iPhone app. My butt dyno agrees that the twin turbo is slightly faster at highway speeds, but not embarassingly so.

Incredible, thanks for the comparison. The 991 TT comes in at around 2 seconds. To be within a cats whisker of this is impressive against a formidable piece of engineering like a AWD TT 911 which is renowned for its relentless pace and traction.

Would still love to see all the different MS tested so we can finally see on paper what is what.
 

thegruf

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thanks P4EV - updated the table accordingly.

data for the 85D and 70D a little bit harder to find, perhaps as they are new. Hoping somebody can vbox them soon.
 

thegruf

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I can keep editing the table for as many models/data as can be found to give a reference comparison point for buying new or used. Like you I know I really struggled to find worthwhile figures.
Reviews and/or VBox (or similar) times but think we should keep smartphone data out of the mix though as the accuracy is less easy to verify.
 

JMG

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Given these numbers above, it may be able to extrapolate the 85D numbers hehe, let's just say 0-60: 4.2, 30-50: 1.6, 50-70: 2.5, 30-70: 4.1

I know you are just wildly speculating, but there is no way it's 2.5 seconds from 50-70. Probably under 2. It's absurd how quick it accelerates. I was on a small farm to market road the other day with a truck in front of me and an old farm truck in front of him going about 45-50. Speed limit was 60. There was a BMW right on my tail (couldn't see her license plate) and I could tell she was wanting to pass all of us. We came to a straight away and she started to eek out onto the center lane, and I said to myself "no no...my turn". I punched it and it was almost frightening how quickly I was already at 80 miles an hour before I even passed the farm truck. Soooooo addicting.
 

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