Tesla is excited to offer their track package in June. Model S Plaid which allows the Tesla to hit a peak at 200 miles per hour.
Within the package comes 20-in aluminums, carbon-ceramic brakes which can be ordered on it’s own.
This version of the Model S Plaid coming with what essentially seems to be an expansion pack is pretty indicative. And would you look at the spring it takes to 60 miles per hour to 2.1 seconds?
The upgraded brakes allow for Track mode to be implemented for the allowance of stability control as well as improved cooling and other changes.
Tesla has always been teasing us.
Carbon-ceramic brakes have been said to last throughout the package since last summer. However, it’s totally unfounded if the brakes have ever been strong on a Tesla Electric Vehicle. With such an upgrade arriving with six-piston calipers, there’s a likelihood this car cam hit the track.
The package has been bringing in aluminum forged wheels called the Zero-Gs. All wrapped in Goodyear Eagle F1 Supercar 3R tires. Currently, Tesla is listing the price as $15,000 to $20,000. The lower rate will hit you at carbon-ceramic brakes while the $20,000 includes the whole wheels and tires. This will all be available soon in June and retrofitted for other Plaid models.
this is all good news for people who really like Tesla cars. The development document made from attaching further performance packages for the newer models. It was the possibilities. When could even say the Tesla is may be getting there groove back with an awareness of how to after Mark industry works.