The new Tesla D model from Elon Musk has finally been unveiled, after a week of anticipation.
Different from the rear-wheel-drive Model S, the Tesla Model D is an all-wheel-drive version of the Model S Sedan.
There will be three different versions of the “D”, which will be extremely appealing to people in parts of the world who consistently have to drive in bad weather conditions.
Incredibly, the P85D from Tesla can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a scorching 3.2 seconds, comparable to Porsche and Ferrari supercars.
The Model D will also come equipped with brand new driver-assist features, for example the car has the ability to read speed limit signs and adjust its speed accordingly.
Deliveries for Tesla’s new all-electric supercar will begin in December.