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It's not likely to matter, but the S85 comes with 19" tires.
I thought I read something on here about the bigger 21" tires help with better traction... and thus better off the line? Is that wrong?
Elon said the current MS is several hundred pounds lighter than the initial cars. Several hundred could be 10% of the several thousand curb weight of the MS. So it makes sense that S85 is now accelerating 10% (=0.5s) faster than the original cars did.it is. you can tell by the thinner bezel around the console which was a very recent change.
With dry non-bumpy pavement, this is a non-issue pretty reliably. Traction Control takes care of it. FYI.When I test drove the tesla, I never was comfortable flooring it from a dead stop. I did not want to peel out or fish it with the tesla employee in the car. Can that be an issue with it or is it taken care of? I have another rather powerful car and it has an ASR on it that eliminates any spin. But boy, if you turn off the ASR I feel like I am driving on ice! Sorry for the ignorance, but what is the reason to turn ASR off in a car like that?
There are multiple factors, not just the SOC.See the limiter that shows up in the video when they're approaching the max output? It's because of the SOC of the battery. I'm saying that I get 305 kW max at higher SOC when the orange limiter does not appear.