2015 Tesla Model S P85D – FULL Test, Test Drive and In-Depth Review (English)



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Let’s drive:

07:35 facts
09:39 exterieur
16:38 interieur
36:45 compartment check
38:34 on the rear seats
42:35 trunk
49:15 driving impressions
53:52 assist systems and infotainment
57:37 sum-up
62:10 outtakes

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On Oct, 30 2015 we filmed this Ausfahrt.tv – Video – Review introducing the 2015 Tesla Model S P85D to you. We had a chance to drive the car for a couple of days around our hometown Bielefeld as a testcar. All the experiences we had with our test drive, the 2015 Tesla Model S P85D we put in our video review which is splitted into sections. We always treat all cars the same, Tesla Model S P85D als Sedan. We would like some competitors of the 2015 Tesla Model S: f.e. Mercedes CLS 63 AMG, Audi RS 7, Porsche Panamera E-Hybrid
In our in-depth review we present you the 2015 Tesla Model S P85D as detailed as possible. Please be aware that our time with the test drive is very limited, so we try to get as much as possible out of our time. The result of our test drive is now here, hope you enjoy watching our review about the Tesla Model S P85D.

Here are the most important facts about the 2015 Tesla Model S P85D:
Engine: 2 electric engines on each axis one
System-Power: 700 hp / 690 bhp / 515 KW
System-Torque: 967 Nm / 713 lb-ft ab Start rpm
Powertrain: all wheel drive
Transmission: one gear automatic transmission
Acceleration from 0 to 100 kph / 62 mph: in 3.30 Seconds
Topspeed: 250 kph / 155 mph
fuel consumption: 17.70 kWh/100 km / 13.3 empg
CO2 emissions: 0 g/km
color: Red Multi-Coat
option line: —
base price 2015 Tesla Model S: 76.400 Euro (Germany)
base price test car: 115.000 Euro (Germany)
price test car: approx. 150.400 Euro (Germany)

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26 Replies to “2015 Tesla Model S P85D – FULL Test, Test Drive and In-Depth Review (English)”

  1. CappyTech

    ZERO EMISSIONS??? Maybe the biggest green scam in the whole history? Considering the false advertising on Tesla home page, and taxpayers money spent on ECO support WorldWide?

    The Zero Emissions only depends on the electricity resources and/or on the Energy mix You got in Your country. And In most countries, except Norway, the electricity is produced through burning fossil fuels (Except Norway, who sell the stinky stuff to the others..).

    So to charge Your Tesla 85 kWh to 46 percent in Germany for example, Your need to burn at least 82 kg of Brown coal. It would be less, but some brilliant minds decided to get rid of Nuclear Energy there and stick to inefficient solar, unpredictable wind and super high cost biomass…

  2. Knosch

    Hates: Merc B-Class: NO FAST CHARGING… They forgot it to order I guess… BMW i3: Awesome Car but I belief that's the fuzz around Carbon Fiber is more a test lab for 7 and 5 Series cars… And the Germans Car maker won't sell you a car with more Range than 200 kilometers with no charger in the Country to run the Autobahn… They hate EVs…

  3. Sachi In Wisconsin

    At about 14:00 he talks about the 90 second battery removal – they are planning on having "stations" that allow you to drive in and "fill up" get a new battery – they talked about an extra charge for that each time of course of around the same cost here in the states as a full tank of premium fuel – so about 100 dollars or so for the change – That will take time of course they will have to wait until the Gigafactory is open – but that could all change too depending on battery technology – and that technology is changing all the time – once they have perfected the carbon battery that will be a game changer

  4. franthree

    Great review Mr Zee! you are why I watch Ausfahrt.tv!! Great review and as an American-–proud that Tesla is a car the world will be very interested in! Rare for an American car!—Tesla is great!- only wish they could create more interior room! Those batteries take up space!–maybe an Estate?-wagon version should be in the works? 😉

  5. azalru

    The merc B class uses a Tesla battery and drivetrain.

    Switch that with the bmw i3 and the i3 will double in range while the B class would get its range cut in half because of the lower energy density of wh per kg from bmw's battery chemistry.

    Tesla has the industry standard of 233Wh / kg, while the second best is from Nissan leaf at 155Wh / kg.

    The i3 has a 95Wh / kg energy density

    http://enipedia.tudelft.nl/wiki/BMW_i3_Batterypack

    http://www.torquenews.com/2250/what-makes-tesla-s-batteries-so-great

    http://www.plugincars.com/battery-capacity-mercedes-ev-67-bigger-bmw-i3-129944.html

  6. Karsten Pedersen

    The complete lack of storage is stupid in my eyes.
    For a cupholder in the rear seats you can get 2 small straps near the floor, for holding cups, smart, until you kick the cup and coffee is everywhere.

    Drives nicely though and the silent running is cool.

  7. Mario Dalla Riva

    Hi Jan? I love the Porsche jacket! I want one now.

    Did you hear a few weeks back that the Tesla was downgraded by Consumer Reports in the US due to so many quality complaints by Tesla owners?
    At least Tesla owners that are Consumer Reports subscribers.
    Building quality vehicles takes time and experience I imagine.

  8. Snakebloke

    Very nice review, lengthy but not boring! Thank you for doing it in English! I love the German language, but my ability to understand it is limited. I'm from the U.K. and personally, I love the BMW i3 and the B-Class Electric Drive…the Tesla just appeals to me more for a lot of reasons – from infrastructure or extra range.

    Did I hear the GPS say "München"? I got engaged there!! It's my favourite German city 😀

    I want a Tesla, now…not later, NOW!!

  9. F. K.

    Oh Gott, ich kann mir eure englischen Videos echt nicht anschauen :'D Wobei komischerweise meistens nur die Deutschen ein Problem haben, wenn sie den deutschen Akzent hören :s

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