I believe the original performance AWD (before any power increases) hit 3.2 or 3.3 (0-60). Could be wrong.
The performance has since seen upgrades to now place them at 2.9 I believe.
That means the AWD non P Boosted is now sitting just shy of the original performance numbers if I have this correct.
That’s awesome. Sure feels like it too.
* If I have any of these details wrong, chime in.
I'm chiming in
Tesla dishonestly uses 2 different measurements to list 0-60 times depending if the car is a P or not.
P cars list 0-60 with 1 foot rollout. Non-P cars do not.
Anyway, pre-any-updates the P was 3.3 0-60 with rollout and the AWD was 4.2ish (4.26 was one of the with rollout results I found for example)
After the first 5% update the P was 3.1 and the AWD was 4.0 according to even car mags who tested.
After the second 5% update the P was 3.0 (a couple guys hit like 2.98) and the AWD was 3.9 (a couple guys hit like 3.86 or so)
Now with the 2k acceleration boost the AWD is ~3.5 (a couple guys have hit 3.46-3.48 times)
Which means the AWD with rollout is still a couple tenths behind the original P 0-60...but a lot closer than the 0.95 seconds it used to be behind.
You can add ~2-3 tenths to all those for the non-rollout numbers.