2018 Tesla Model S
The 2018 Tesla Model S is a luxury five-door luxury truck, manufactured by Tesla, Inc., and launched on June 22, 2012. 2018 Tesla S Model achieved a perfect 5.0 NHTSA car safety rating. The official EPA series for the 2017 S Model 100D, which is equipped with a 100 kWh (360 MJ) battery, is 335 miles (539 km) higher than any other electric car. The 2018 Model S became the first electric car to update the monthly ranking of new vehicle sales in any country, which resulted in Norway in September and December 2013 and also in Denmark in December 2015.
Sales of Global Model S exceeded the milestone of 150,000 units in November 2016, with the US. as the leading market with 57% of worldwide sales. Other major markets are Norway, China, Hong Kong, Holland, Canada, Denmark, Germany, and Switzerland. The Tesla S model was the world’s leading electric motor in 2015 and 2016. By the end of 2016, the second-car electric car was in the history of the Nissan Leaf.
The Tesla Model S was the World 2013 Green Car of the Year, 2013 Motor the Trend Car of the year, Automobile Magazine 2013 the car of the year, Time Magazine Top 25 Inventions of the year award 2012 and the best report engine of the consumer on their way. proof. By the year 2015, the car and driver named Model S called the car of the century. After the Model S was not recommended in 2015 because of its low reliability, Consumer Reports added the car to the recommended list a year later.
2018 Tesla Model S Design
The 2018 Tesla Model S consists of several versions, which differ in power capacity (battery size), power (size of the car) and equipment. Latest Tesla Model S 2018 is classified as a luxury car for adults in the US, or as a “large car” (120 cubic feet or more) or “luxury sedan” by the EPA. The Euro Car Segment classification is S-segment (Sports Car), or “High Class” in Germany.
2018 Tesla Model S Engine
The 2018 Model S P90D has a top speed of 155 mph (250 km / h) and accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km / h) in 2.8 seconds, despite the total lower engine power, in part thanks to the improved traction of the all-wheel-drive system. The Model S P85D, has a top speed of 155 km / h, and accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km / h) in 3.2 seconds (3.1 seconds to test ), under “insane mode”, with 1 g of gear.
Tesla initially reported total output on the P85D as the arithmetic addition of the maximum power of individual electric motors to 691 horsepower (515 kW), but later reported as 463 horsepower (345 kW) for the two cars at its maximum power does not give at the same time. From March 2017 on the P100D variant exercises the record of the fastest acceleration of any production car with an NHRA-start of 60 mph in the Motor Trend tests with 28.2 seconds ridiculously. Although other independent tests placed him behind the Porsche 918 Spyder. .
2018 Tesla Model S Charger
In all markets, the cargo door is behind a door in the left back light. During charging, the charging port presses green. The frequency at which the charge pulses from the charging port slow down will be brought fully close to the charging method. When charging is complete, stop the light with pulses and green. The Model S is equipped with another charger and connector in North America in front of other markets, derived from the differences in the local electrical networks.
2018 Tesla Model S Suspension
The 2018 S model has an independent four-wheel coil suspension, the front double leg, the virtual steering control arm and the rear independent multilink. As an additional cost option, the car is available with self-propelled, height-adjustable pneumatic suspension. This is achieved through driver-controlled Bilstein adjustable dampers. The car is meant to relieve the speed of the freeway and boost itself to cross steep ramps and rough terrain, despite the low 6-inch distance to the ground and a fairly long wheelbase of 116 inches.
Because, at Tesla, electronic systems can be upgraded by air discharge, instead of remembering, the suspension system has changed retrospectively on several occasions. During the 2013 fire investigation, the NHTSA asked Tesla to reduce the car’s ability to slow down to prevent ground clearance of fewer than 6 inches from causing batteries under the car to hit an obstacle. In September 2014, Tesla trained the height adjustment feature for 2018 Tesla Model S equipped with air suspension to remember places that require more space, such as those with bumps and steep roads, and adjust automatically