2017 Tesla Model S P100D vs. 2017 Audi RS7 Performance – Head 2 Head Ep. 88



The world’s quickest sedans battle it out on this episode of Tire Rack’s Head 2 Head ( The Audi RS7 and Tesla Model S have nearly identical silhouettes and are within 0.2 inch in length. They’re both all-wheel-drive, four-door, hatchback sedans with an eye toward luxury and supercar-taunting powertrains. The RS7 was the quickest four-door car MOTOR TREND had ever tested, but the Performance model adds 55 more horsepower for a total of 605 hp from its 4.0L twin-turbo V-8. The Tesla Model S P90D was even quicker, and now the P100D with Ludicrous Plus proves to be even more speedy. It is, in fact, the quickest-accelerating vehicle MOTOR TREND has ever tested—ever. MOTOR TREND Senior Features Editors Jason Cammisa and Jonny Lieberman get the two über-sedans together to see which world’s quickest sedan is better. This episode includes a special appearance by the fastest gasoline-powered car you can buy today, the 2017 Porsche 911 Turbo S, and a whole lot of horse manure.

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23 Replies to “2017 Tesla Model S P100D vs. 2017 Audi RS7 Performance – Head 2 Head Ep. 88”

  1. sessionss

    HA HAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHa listen to the audio transition from the audi to the tesla @13:00 hahahaha he sounds like he is in a Tesla submarine……im not paying over 100k for anything that sounds like that inside

  2. Little Cripple

    Enough solar panels for house and car, battery pack for night, and of course a Tesla. With solar panels you get nowadays, and how freaken awesome a Tesla battery pack is, you get a return in 5 years. And even using superchargers you save money over gas. I dont trip often and can get paid for excessive electric supply. Living the dream!

  3. Lost in Tennessee

    Do the same race 3 times in a row back to back and the Audi is making the 3 race on its on while the Tesla coast around cooling its batteries. 1/4 mile times are just for the ignorant. Endurance is where the Tesla will lag behind.

  4. Tech Guy

    Future Electric Cars would have super capacitors and super motors that would make them go 0 to 60 in half a second or less. In less than 5 seconds they would reach over 300mph. The driver and occupants sit in a special seat the absorb sudden acceleration so they don't die from the extreme G-force generated.

  5. graham answerth

    Why does the guy with the beard have to shout at the top of his lungs all the time? We need a calm assessment of vehicles this brilliant. But again, I'm not in the market, so I'll jst have to put up with another Youtube video.

  6. MH0709

    You will not see a Tesla drive fast on European motorways! No-one wants to drive fast for 100 miles then have to stop overnight before continuing with their family on vacation – the Tesla supercharges are not everywhere! The battery powered cars are bad for the environment, both the method of production and disposal are poisonous for the environment. The future is hydrogen powered vehicles.
    Did you guys not recharge the Tesla overnight? If you did charge it then you are cheating by not showing the real world usage.

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