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Model X 100D motor torque value

Discussion in 'Model X: Driving Dynamics' started by ecarfan, Jul 5, 2017.

  1. ecarfan

    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    (NOTE: I'm just looking for facts and hoping to avoid contentious discussions of Tesla horsepower ratings and 0-60 times. Thank you.)

    I've searched TMC and using Google but do not find any numbers for X100D motor torque. As far as I know Tesla vehicle specification pages like Model X Specifications have never shown that number. I can only find numbers for Model S 85, 85D, 90D. Can't find 100D.

    I am aware that the recent decrease in non-Performance 0-60 times may have changed torque values. I'm just looking for a source. I am also aware that there are differing points of view on how to accurately measure torque.

    My motivation for wanting to know this is not simply idle curiousity. Next year I will be towing a camper trailer with an X100D. I'm sure I will have many conversations with other camper trailer owners for years to come about what it is like to use an EV for towing. One thing I plan to emphasize in such conversations is the clear advantage of not only having full torque from 0mph but also having a much greater amount of torque than any ICE vehicle that is used for towing a camper trailer. So I would like to have a number in my head to use when discussing that topic.

    Thanks.
     
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    ecarfan Well-Known Member

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    Bumping this thread to see if I can get a response to my post of July 2017...
     
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    Thanks, but it seems that the posts in that thread are guesses.
     
  5. lymex2018

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    Well, if Tesla provides no spec, we have to find some way else.
    You can use 660Nm of Model S 100D as the torque since they (highly likely) share the same powertrain.
     

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