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Model S tech specs?

Discussion in 'Model S' started by sungun, Aug 11, 2017.

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  1. sungun

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    Can anybody provide a legit spec sheet or a guestimate for the model s (newly upgraded 75d) with regards to performance?

    People keep asking me how many horses and what torque does it produce.. Feel stupid not having an answer. Google is all over the place with the numbers.
     
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    #3 Krash, Aug 15, 2017
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    This is better: 75 and 75D variants increased performance from July 1st - software and hardware improvements?
    325kW is 425 hp. If you have the DU00 drive unit, you have a car with two motors that will do more then 300kW each (800 hp total) that is currently software limited to 425 hp. It is also fuse limited. And battery limited, especially in the US where we have 350v batteries instead of the newer 400v BTX8 you see in Norway.

    The Wikipedia page doesn't have old (or new) torque figures for the old (or new) 75D but since the software limitations are close to the old 90D you can guess 687 lb·ft or 931 N·m.

    If you want to talk torque with gearheads, mention that your car has a flat torque curve, that is it has 687 lb·ft starting from zero mph.

    This is also helpful
     
  4. sungun

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    Perfect, just what I was looking for! Crazy numbers though :eek:

    Thank you!
     

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