Yes, you can.
Benno Senner and his team have now turned their attention to a rather unusual subject for the tuning scene: the Tesla Model 3. You might well be wondering whether tuning an electric car actually makes sense? Well, the answer is clear: yes, it does!
It started offering a $2,000 “Acceleration Boost” for the Model 3 Dual Motor. Tesla owners could unlock performance in their cars through a few clicks in the Tesla app. Now Tesla is bringing the same experience to the Model Y with its own Acceleration Boost.
As that happens, drivers will be able to modify more on each Tesla model. By being authorized by Tesla, UP can now use Tesla tools and replacement parts. Diagnostic issues and direct training from Tesla can also help make this the first of many Tesla tuner shops.
With this update, owners of electric cars such as the Model S 40, Model S 60, and Model S 70 will be able to gain extra range for their electric cars. This is made possible by Tesla equipping the vehicles with a larger battery pack that is software-locked.
The Model S P100D is the fastest production Tesla vehicle on the market as of the writing of this article. With a 0 to 60 time of just 2.5 seconds, this astoundingly fast electric car set records without even breaking a sweat. In fact, the Tesla Model S P100D is currently the fastest production car in the entire world.
Currently, Model 3 Long Range (Dual Motor) costs $8,000 less than Performance, the latter of which now accelerates from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds. This $2,000 upgrade offers customers an opportunity to significantly increase acceleration of the Long Rang variant—to 3.7s—at a modest price.
Tesla's acceleration boost software turns your already-quick Tesla Model 3 or Y (long-range) into a speed demon! The improved performance is well worth the $2000-3000 for this super-fun software upgrade if your lifestyle and driving habits warrant it.
It shaves off half a second from 0-60 mph and costs $2,000.
Enjoy! With Tesla's "acceleration boost" upgrade introduced a while back for Model 3, we now have DLC for cars.
The tuning for electric cars is available in two variations: PedalBox and PedalBox +. Both e-tunings have 4 driving programs to optimize the accelerator pedal. In addition, the PedalBox + has the additional feature PerfecTune.
The Performance Upgrade Package includes things other than acceleration and speed enhancements. For example, the Tesla Model Y Performance has its suspension lowered by 0.6 inches, performance brakes installed, and larger tires installed.
The Performance trim, which costs $8,000 more than the Dual Motor Long Range Model 3 and is not otherwise available as an upgrade, is said to make the leap to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds.
Responding to a fan on Twitter, Musk confirmed the Model 3 would feature a 'Ludicrous' Mode option to make it, well, ludicrously quick. The 'standard' Model 3 is no slouch of course. Straight out of the blocks, it'll already do 0-100kmh in less than six seconds.
It covers the quarter-mile in 9.89 seconds, while the Lambo does the same in 11.13. Both vehicles are faster in the second heat, but the Model X Plaid again comes out on top, making it to the finish line in 9.84 seconds compared to the Huracán Evo's 10.84 seconds.
We tested a 2021 Tesla Model S Plaid, and it reached 60 mph in 2.1 seconds on the way to a quarter-mile pass in 9.4 seconds at 151 mph. That 60-mph time ties the Porsche 918 Spyder and 911 Turbo S, and it matches the Bugatti Chiron Sport's quarter-mile time, which is the quickest we've ever measured.
PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT The Boost 50 increases the performance of the Tesla Model Y Dual motor Compatible with : Tesla model Y dual motor without the "performance" option Acceleration time for Model Y from 0 to 60 mph : 4.2 seconds Total power: increase of 50 HP Improves throttle sensitivity...
While the Tesla Roadster isn't faster than a Bugatti as far as top speed, it does have a better acceleration time than Bugattis. The Roadster can go from 0 to 60 in 1.9 seconds, which is incredibly fast, while most Bugatti models take 2.3 seconds to reach the same speed.
After some recent drag-race losses, the EV maker is back in the win column after a Model X Plaid was caught on film besting the Lamborghini Huracán Evo over a quarter-mile. The EV doesn't just beat the gas-powered supercar, either—it leaves it in its dust.
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It is normal for estimated range to decrease slightly over the first few months before leveling off. Over time, you may see a gradual, but natural, decrease in range at full charge – this depends on factors such as Supercharging regularly or the mileage and age of the battery.
In 2020, the Autopilot of the Tesla Model X was hacked, multiple times. In one instance, Israeli researchers at Ben Gurion University tricked the car by flashing “phantom” images on a road, wall or sign, causing it to unexpectedly brake or steer in the wrong direction.