The new Tesla Model S P85D broke the Consumer Reports rating system by scoring 103 out of 100. Consumer Reports said it had to overhaul its rating system to accommodate the P85D’s combination of performance and efficiency. The model can go from zero to 60 in 3.5 seconds without using a single drop of gasoline. It gets the equivalent of 87 miles per gallon without sacrificing any horsepower. Despite the better-than-perfect score, the Tesla isn’t a better-than-perfect car. “The interior materials aren’t as opulent as other high-ticket automobiles, and its ride is firmer and louder than our base Model S,” Consumer Reports reported.
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