2017 Tesla Model S P100D Not A Good Audi RS7 Replacement Despite Numbers

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Looking at what the Tesla Model S P100D has to offer right now, it does look like the Tesla Model S P100D would be a nice replacement for the Audi RS7 model. Not only it is faster but it also looks better, at least according to some consumers but those that had actually switch from Audi to Tesla reported that they might have made the wrong move.

According to some of the ex-Audi owners, they did have a lot of fun behind the wheels of the Tesla Model S P100D but some said that they had to send the Tesla Model S back to the workshop so frequently that he immediately started missing his Audi.

There have been a few reports of the Tesla Model S needing a lot of fixing all the time so while it might be fun to own one, you might not be able to enjoy it if it has to be sitting in the workshop most of the time.

The Tesla Model S P100D will be coming in with a 680hp and 791lb ft of torque engine that will be mated to a 1-speed auto transmission. The vehicle will be powered by a 100kWh lithium-ion battery. According to Tesla, the vehicle will only need 2.3 seconds to go from 0-60mph.

The Audi RS7, on the other hand, will come in with a 4.0-liter V8 engine that will be mated to an eight-speed auto transmission. The engine will be offering about 560hp and it will need 3.2 seconds to go from 0-60mph.

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