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Model S acceleration 0-60 MPH between 85kw Perf / Standard / 60kw / European P85

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by djromain, May 2, 2013.

  1. djromain

    djromain Member

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    #1 djromain, May 2, 2013
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    hello !!!

    I tried to put together differents videos taken from youtube to see differences between 5 Models S with acceleration 0 to 60 mhp
    Even between 85 KW perf, we can see minor differences.
    top left is Perf but without Launch control
    top right is European perf in kmh
    Bottom left is taken from Drag time with a 85 perf
    Bottom right is a 60kw
    Center one is another perf



    Times are still greats even for 60kw version. But Perf is really insane !!!:biggrin:
     
  2. Cattledog

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    Kilometers are cool, looks like you're going much faster!
     
  3. Eikrokei

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    Uh, no standard 85?
     
  4. djromain

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    I didn't found any to add in this video.
    If you have link to provide, I will be able to add it and remake a new comparaison video :)
     
  5. Cliff Hannel

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    We put together a tool to track actual Tesla using streaming data interface (same as their mobile app) and can then analyze logged data to clock acceleration.

    You need to run the Tracker app on your computer while you're out driving - it logs the data to your disk and our database. Read about the Tracker and download from: http://evtripplanner.com/tracker_about.php

    Here is analysis of my P85:

    1-61 mph times (use 1-61 for "rolling start" number...issue right now figuring out 0-XXX times): http://evtripplanner.com/planner/test/acceleration.php?vid=2009962725%09&min=1&max=61&start=2013-04-01&end=2013-05-12

    It can do any from-to speed, for example, here is the time for 30-60mph: http://evtripplanner.com/planner/test/acceleration.php?vid=2009962725%09&min=30&max=60&start=2013-04-01&end=2013-05-12

    Or check out 55-75 passing time: http://evtripplanner.com/planner/test/acceleration.php?vid=2009962725%09&min=55&max=75&start=2013-04-01&end=2013-05-12
     
  6. brianman

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    @Cliff - How fast does Tesla and/or your app allow the data to stream? Also, do you get regen / consumption data as part of the feed?
     
  7. Cliff Hannel

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    The car sends 4 snapshots per second (when moving). For each snapshot, we log: time, speed (integer), SOC (1% resolution), elevation (1 ft), latitude, longitude, odometer (tenths), power (kW), Range (mi), outside temp, inside temp, setpoint temp. You could derive regen by integrating the (negative) power during deceleration and seeing what percentage of the kinetic energy of the car was recovered. Not sure how accurate that would be...but works (in a vacuum with frictionless bearings and road) per Physics 101. If you run the Tracker app while driving your "test course" you can open the CSV log file and play with this in Excel.
     

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