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Model S 75D 0-60

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  1. julianNLx

    julianNLx Member

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    The advertised 0-60 for the model s 75D is 4.2 seconds. I have heard that they are faster if you buy a new one. Anyone knows the actual 0-60 time for a new 75D?
     
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  2. jeffdom1978

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    3.77 is my best, 66 degrees 83% SOC.
     
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  3. Canuck9000

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    I just got 4sec flat. SOC 90% 75deg (2017 75d uncorked)
     
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    Best Ive done is 3.9.
     
  5. Drlev

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    I’ve gotten 4.25. What are you all using to measure?
     
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    This is an "old" 75D (12/16 build) post uncorking.... UNADJUSTEDNONRAW_thumb_14.jpg
     
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    Tesla Model S - Wikipedia

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  8. Krash

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    We have something close to a hundred S75D 0-60 samples in the performance metrics. See the link in my signature or search for it here on TMC. I think all are recorded over the API, so show power output at quarter second intervals. If you have CANBus hardware connected you can get hundredth second data, but I think all the CANBus samples are higher performing Teslas.

    I normalize the data with a rollout. And combined with a quarter second sampling and varying states of charge, the results vary widely, but the underlying performance mechanisms: Fixed torque and max power, are pretty consistent.
     
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    I use a VBOX, Ive had it for awhile and know its pretty accurate
     
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    @Krash Do you have any data on 0-60 performance with 19" wheels vs 21" wheels?
     
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    C2270227-45E7-422D-A999-15B69047BB6D.jpeg Here’s mine, SoC was sub 90% and now that it’s stopped raining in the UKmI’m hoping to get below 4 secs.
     
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  12. Krash

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    #12 Krash, Jun 23, 2018
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    No. Sorry. I think that would be tough with the API since it samples at quarter second intervals and you'd need a pretty large sample to tease out the difference. Consequently I don't even ask what rims are on the car.

    But if someone with CANBus hardware and both sets of rims would do controlled tests at the same state of charge, any difference you be easy to see. I speculate that the higher mass of the bigger rims would be a couple hundredths of a seconds slower in getting to max torque. The physicists on the forum could probably tell you exactly what it should be.
     
  13. Burnt Toast

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    But doesn't your sub 4 time include a roll out?
     
  14. croman

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    All Tesla times do too since P85D.
     
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    They are definitely faster than 4.2. Not sure of the exact # . That's why I wonder about the 100D vs 75D 0-60 advertised times as the 100D is considerably heavier.

    My guess is the 75d is being slowed down via software
     
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    This has always been the case, both for reliability and product differentiation. Tesla sets different max torque and max power settings. We even know what they are.
     
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    [QUOTE="Krash, post: 2827804, memberTesla sets different max torque and max power settings. We even know what they are.[/QUOTE]

    Really ? Do we know how fast a 0-60 is theoretically possible with a 75d were Tesla to further uncork it from its current stated 4.2?
     
  18. sakimano

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    Wouldn't this be wrong as the speedometer is optimistic by 2 mph or so?

    Use a PBOX.
     
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    PBOX? Vbox (thousands od dollars)? Vbox sport?
     
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    85RWD TOP speed 230KM ? Not 200KM?
     

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