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Records 2.65-second zero-to-sixty time

Officially, the Tesla Model S goes from a dead stop to 60 miles per hour in 2.8 seconds, but newer ones may be quicker.

It still costs an extra $10,000, but they say milliseconds are money.

Did you pass on Ludicrous Mode when you ordered your P90D. You can add it now.

12-Foot-Tall Waterfall Delivers 317 Gallons Per Second

European Tesla Model S owner boasts hydroelectric-powered vehicle-charging station.

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