When the Tesla Model S Plaid was launched, the official claim was that it could reach a top speed of 200 mph (321km/h), but due to software limitations, users could not buy a car that could reach this speed, and later, Tesla introduced a "track mode" with a top speed of 281km/h. Later, Tesla introduced the "Track Mode", with a maximum speed of 281km/h.
However, today, this speed can be even faster, July 1 news, according to reports, someone has broken the Tesla software limitations, and upgraded the stronger brake kit and tires (Michelin Pilot Super Sport).
In a test, it ran at 216 mph (348km/h), compared to the Porsche 918 Spyder and Ferrari Enzo, which is also the fastest speed reached by a production Tesla.
Ingenext, a company based in Quebec, Canada, known for selling unlocking modules for Tesla cars, is said to have managed to bypass the software limitations of the Model S Plaid, thus completely unlocking the limiting speed.
Andre, a member of the test team, drove this Model S Plaid for about 2km before reaching the aforementioned top speed, and started to slow down behind it (3km on the track), slowing down also for several kilometers.
From its Youtube video, this 216 mph Tesla Model S Plaid , sounded as if a jet had taken off from in front of you.