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Model X horsepower and 0-60 sec discussion

Discussion in 'Model X: Driving Dynamics' started by BM3B, Sep 28, 2020.

  1. BM3B

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    #1 BM3B, Sep 28, 2020
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    I am a new Model X owner LR+ 20" with -H battery built 9/2020. I have been looking for LR (non-performance) horsepower and 0-60 information and have not found much in the forum especially for power. I will post my findings to this thread and ask anyone else with info to chime in as well. Thanks

    74% SOC in "very low", car is not hot but not cold, floored it from 30 mph.

    421 kW battery power according to TeslaFi, which corresponds to 565 bhp. Assuming 7% loss to axle (Raven) this is 525 hp at the wheel, which close to the 518 hp I found on this page. Interestingly, this is the same power I measured for my P3, which is 0-60 in 3.00 1-ft rollout (beast!).

    I will measure 0-60 at high SOC and when warm soon and post here, seems like the best will be 4.4 sec with 1-foot rollout.
     

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    Last night I measured 0-60 mph using Dragy. See attached picture.

    4.54 s from stop
    4.25 s 1 foot roll

    Model X LR+ “-H” battery
    90% SOC, 1,500 miles ODO, 20” wheels, not warmed up.
     

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    Thanks for sharing. Pretty amazing that a vehicle of this size and weight can accelerate at that pace. And it's not even the P model. Nuts
     
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    I agree! 5,000 lb beast. And I think there are faster times possible if Tesla updates the power curve. It feels weak off the line until 20 mph, perhaps to protect the half shafts from issues. I am wishing for a $2k acceleration boost for Christmas like Model 3 and Y! I’d love to have 3.8 sec 0-60. Maybe I will tweet Elon.
     
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