The YouTube video "Livestream: Tesla Model S Plaid 70-MPH Highway Range Test" shows the Tesla Model S Plaid reaching a top speed of 70 miles per hour on the highway. The driver also tries to use the front trunk more, as this is a convenient option for many people. The car's range is 261 miles, and its battery pack can hold 4680 watt-hours.
This YouTube video showcases a Tesla Model S performing a 70-MPH highway range test. The car easily keeps up with trucks, but the fan does eventually break. The driver explains that it depends on what they're doing in their car, with the most affordable option being the Model S, while the most high-end option is the Tesla Model S R1.
In the "Livestream: Tesla Model S Plaid 70-MPH Highway Range Test" YouTube video, the driver test the car's range by driving it on the highway. They note that the car is efficient and has a good range. There are some issues with the audio quality while driving, but overall the car performs well.
In the video, the Tesla Model S Plaid is put to the test on a highway at 70 mph. The car's range and efficiency are both impressive, and it is noted that the car is much better built than other Tesla models.
In the Tesla Model S Plaid 70-MPH Highway Range Test, the car is put to the test on a highway. The car's range and performance is discussed, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of electric roads.
The video showcases the Tesla Model S Plaid 70-MPH highway range test. The test driver drives the car up to 70 MPH and then coasts to a stop to check the power level and charge the battery. The car's range was still impressive, reaching 70-miles on a single charge. The test driver also notes that the car is still "0 to 60 in the two second range and can go huge range."