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Gone: 2019 Tesla Performance Model X (Raven) For Sale

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2019 Tesla Performance Model X (Raven) 48K Miles, $98,900.00

  • Midnight Silver Metallic
  • Six Seater, White Interior
  • Ventilated Seat Cooling & Heating (Raven)
  • Carbon Fiber Décor
  • Autopilot
  • Full Self Driving
  • 20” Sonic Carbon Wheels (No curb rash!)
  • Dual Motor Performance
  • Three phase, six pole, Internal permanent magnet motor (Front) (Raven)
  • Three phase, four pole induction motor (Rear) (Raven)
  • Tow Package

Upgrades
  • Fully wrapped XPEL Ultimate Plus Paint Protection Film (Package cost $7,600)
  • Fully Ceramic Coated, interior and exterior including wheels
  • XPEL XRPlus Ceramic Window Tint
  • Model X Electric Frunk (EVOffer, $500)
  • Chrome Delete
  • Wireless Phone Charger
  • 3D MAXPider All Weather Floor Matts (Frunk and Rear) ($500)
  • Tempered Glass (9H) Screen Protector, HD Clear
  • Upgraded OHMMU 12V. Lithium Battery ($440)
  • Spare New 12V Tesla Battery (Backup, never used)
  • Tesla Puddle Lights
  • Ultra-Bright LED Lights
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For those of you that are wondering what is a Tesla Raven Update, here it is. In brief, updated motors, 200kW V3 charging, adaptive air suspension, increased range, etc.

Model X and S Raven Updates

Model S and Model X now come with an all-new drivetrain design that increases each vehicle’s range substantially, achieving a landmark 370 miles and 325 miles on the EPA cycle for Model S and Model X Long Range, respectively. Using the same 100 kWh battery pack, these design and architecture updates will allow drivers to travel farther than ever before, charging less frequently and getting more range out of every dollar spent on charging.

We’re also introducing a brand-new adaptive suspension system for Model S and Model X, along with a few other improvements for the best range, acceleration, and ride comfort ever, plus a Ludicrous Mode upgrade for our most loyal customers. Here’s what’s new:

More Efficient Design

All Model S and X vehicles now benefit from Tesla’s latest generation of drive unit technology, which combines an optimized permanent magnet synchronous reluctance motor, silicon carbide power electronics, and improved lubrication, cooling, bearings, and gear designs to achieve greater than 93% efficiency. Pairing a permanent magnet motor in the front with an induction motor in the rear enables unparalleled range and performance at all times. The net effect is a more than 10% improvement in range, with efficiency improvements in both directions as energy flows out of the battery during acceleration and back into the battery through regenerative braking. In addition to adding range, power and torque increases significantly across all Model S and Model X variants, improving 0-60 mph times for our Long Range and Standard Range models.

Faster Charging

Paired with the new more efficient drivetrain design, Model S and Model X are now capable of achieving 200 kW on V3 Superchargers and 145 kW on V2 Superchargers. Together, these improvements enable our customers to recharge their miles 50% faster.

Fully Adaptive Suspension

We’ve also upgraded our air suspension system for Model S and Model X with fully-adaptive damping, giving it an ultra-cushioned feel when cruising on the highway or using Autopilot, and a responsive, exhilarating confidence during dynamic driving. Unlike other manufacturers, our suspension software is developed completely in-house, using a predictive model to anticipate how the damping will need to be adjusted based on the road, speed, and other vehicle and driver inputs. The system constantly adapts by sensing the road and adjusting for driver behavior, automatically softening for more pronounced road inputs and firming for aggressive driving. We’ve also improved the leveling of the system while cruising, keeping the car low to optimize aerodynamic drag. As with all of Tesla’s in-house software, the adaptive suspension can receive over-the-air updates, allowing us to enable all Model S and Model X customers to have the most advanced suspension technology at all times.

Constant Refinement

To complement these changes, we’ve also re-engineered several other components of Model S and Model X in keeping with our philosophy of continuous improvement. These updates include new wheel bearings and a few new tire designs for certain variants to improve range, ride, and steering. While these changes may seem minor, together they have a meaningful impact when it comes to EV design.
 
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