The Tesla Model S Plaid+ has been cancelled, with Elon Musk confirming on Sunday that what was to be the most potent version of the all-electric sedan will no longer be put into production. Tesla had previously said that the Plaid+ trim would be its fastest EV ever, though sheer performance was only part of its overall appeal.
The Model S Plaid – which has three motors for all-wheel drive – is fast, with a claimed 200 mph top speed and Tesla saying it’ll do 0-60 mph in 1.99 seconds.
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