The Tesla Model S has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:
|Col #||Year||Series||Color||Tampo||Base Color/ Type||Window Color||Interior Color||Wheel Type||Toy #||Country||Notes / Variations||Photo|
|MB007||2015||MBX Adventure City 7/120||Metalflake Dark Red||Detailed head- & taillights, Black grille w/ Tesla logo||Black / Plastic||Black||Black||CFV94||Thailand||Base code(s): H14, H20, H21, H22|
|MB024||2016||1-125: MBX Adventure City||Metalflake Dark blue||Detailed head- & taillights, Black grille w/ Tesla logo||Black / Plastic||Clear||Grey||DJV69||Thailand||Base code(s): J02, J04|
MBX Adventure City
|White||Detailed trim||Black/ Plastic||Smoke||Grey||DVN52
|Thailand||Base code(s): K30|
Description of real vehicleEdit
The Tesla Model S is a full-size all-electric five-door, luxury liftback, produced by Tesla Motors, and introduced in June 2012. It scored a perfect 5.0 NHTSA automobile safety rating. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official range for the 2012 Model S Performance model equipped with an 85 kWh (310 MJ) battery pack is 265 miles (426 km), higher than any other electric car at the time. The EPA rates its energy consumption at 237.5 watt-hours per kilometer (38 kWh/100 mi or 24 kWh/100 km) for a combined fuel economy of 89 miles per gallon gasoline equivalent (2.64 L/100 km or 107 mpg-imp).
The Tesla Model S 90D has a top speed of 160 mph (260 km/h) and it accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km/h) in 2.8 seconds, despite lower total motor power than the discontinued Model S P85D, in part due to the improved traction of the all-wheel drive powertrain. The Model S P85D, a dual motor all-wheel drive vehicle has a governed top speed of 155 mph (249 km/h) and it accelerates from 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km/h) in 3.2 seconds, under "Insane Mode", with 1g of acceleration. New P85Ds have an optional "Ludicrous Mode" hardware package available with the 90 kWh battery upgrade (thus becoming a Tesla Models S P90D) that improves the 0 to 60 miles per hour (0 to 97 km/h) acceleration to 2.8 seconds and 1.1g. In July 2015, Tesla announced its goal to make the Model S powertrain last for one million miles.