A Tesla Model X Dual Motor Performance (formerly known as the P100D) recently headed head-to-head for a quarter-mile towing to one of the most formidable gas powered SUVs on the market: the high-growing Lamborghini Urus . In the course of fast running, the "Raven" Model X once again showed that it takes far more than an aggressive exterior and a high engine to beat an all-electric vehicle designed from scratch to be incredibly fast in a straight line .
Even before Tesla rolled out the "Raven" update to Model X, the vehicle was already a whole monster in the pull strip, especially in the quartz environment. Nevertheless, despite its reign, quarter-quarter king was still among SUV's, as Model X was passed by Lamborghini Urus, a monster of a supercar DNA crossover flowing through every part of its being.
Even among the automotive supercar elite, Lamborghini still has a reputation for being quite radical, and the Italian car manufacturer did not disappoint at all with Urus. The animal on an SUV is equipped with a 4.0-liter Twin-Turbo engine that produces 641
Earlier races between the two SUVs have been intense and for good reason. While the Model X's 2.9-second 0-60 mph time beats Urus 3.4 seconds, Lamborghini can beat its battle incredibly fast. Some races, such as those performed by Carwow ended with the Model X P100D, which won in the quarter mile. Others, such as those made by YouTubes DragTimes highlighted the gas-powered SUV besting its all-electric opponent.
Unfortunately for Urus, its opponent this time was no ordinary Model X. This time, Brooks of DragTimes assembled a pair of Model X Dual Motor Performance devices, both equipped with Tesla's "Raven" updates, which Includes a brand new and highly efficient drive system design along with a new adaptive suspension. These updates allow Model X to reach 325 miles on a single charge, and in the case of the vehicle's performance variant, a little more pressure.
So how did the race show between these two insane fast SUVs? It seems that with the "Raven" updates, Model X may actually be a little too much for Lamborghini Urus to handle. During a match equipped with a nicely wrapped Model X and Urus, the all-electric SUV humiliated its combustion model. From the line, Model X shot and it continued to pull from there.
At the end of the race, the Model X Performance quartile ended at 11.24 seconds at 119.86 mph, while Lamborghini Urus completed the 12.22 second race at 115.31 mph. Even during another race with another Raven Model X, which did not have its start mode enabled and Lamborghini, it turned out that the all-electric SUV actually started by winning on Urus during a race ; something that rarely happened in the past.
Watch a "Raven" Tesla Model X Dual Motor Performance game a Lamborghini Urus in the video below.