Hi! I've been looking for proper full-load curves for Tesla Model S and I've found that at the speed of 40 mph (approximately 64 km/h) car almost gains full power. This looks pretty strange to me, because speed continues to rise. As I know, there is no gearbox on Model S and the ratio in the gear unit is constant. So, why do we see increase of speed as the power and torque go down? As I see it, you can only do it by changing electric motor rpm. So, how does Tesla changes them? Do we have any curves (like rpm/power/torque) that describe it?