I love posts that say nothing but link to another site.
To save people the bother, the difference is 0.04s to 60 mph.
The practicality of using it is zero. My money is owners will use it twice to try it and then never use it again.
ok, pretty light, & a bit pricey (for me :wink nice wheels
I also found that when I ran a ~2" smaller diameter 19" (but staggered) wheel vs a ~identical P85 w/ stock 21"s we matched time slips 100%...thought that was odd, of course we were both traction limited at the launch on our strip
Maybe the entire intention of this "mode" is to make it easier for people to have consistent times.
I do kind of laugh at this entire thing because what I really liked about the Tesla is there wasn't some special sequence you had to go through for "launch control".
You just nailed the throttle.
Luckily I have the 70D, and with that all you do is nail the throttle. There is no launch control.
Worth noting, if the car shown in the Dragtimes article is the car driven, it has the Panoramic Roof, which hits the 1/4 mile time pretty hard on it's own.
I think the marketing department is involved more then legal given its not really any different to just flexing your right foot.If they were doing it right it would be an option, and all you have to do is double foot it. Sounds like the lawyers are involved at this point.