I must be missing something because the 80kW and 107hp number is just a standard unit conversion. Motor input/output doesn't even come into it.

https://www.google.com/?gws_rd=ssl#q=80kw+to+hp
My previous comment is mainly referring to the 502kW number. I'm not sure where you got that.

that was math in the form of

if a/b = x/y and we know a, b, and x then y must be...

I just said if the HP to KW ratio for a Tesla required the same number of KW that a Leaf does then we can use that ratio from the advertised HP on the teslamotors.com web page to know the required KW.

You seem to think that it's a fixed ratio from HP to KW so if that is the case we have Teslas word on HP per motor.

S70D 389 HP

S85 362 HP

S85D 422 HP

P85D 221 + 470 = 691 HP

so if you say I can just google convert we get

P85D 515.278611 kilowatts

S85D 314.685346 kilowatts

S85 269.943354 kilowatts

S70D 290.07725 kilowatts

the reason my number didn't match that before is because the Leafs motor is listed as 110 HP in some references and 107 in others. Using both figures with 80 KW gives a wrong conversion factor if there isn't supposed to be any other variables in the math.

So anyway if you really think it takes 515 KW for full HP on a P85D and sorka only got 413 KW on a 90% SOC there is a lot of performance left on the table with that deficit on motor input power.