A Tesla just towed a Qantas Dreamliner


The Tesla Model X, which is known for its autonomous driving system and the Ludacris mode which makes it as quick as supercars has just claimed a Guinness World Record. The latest carmaker to join the list of auto giants, that have managed to pull an airplane in the United States based EV maker, Tesla.

The Tesla Model X SUV is strong enough to tow a Boeing 787 Dreamliner - and has set a new world record in the process. The Tesla Model X P100D, which has arguably the greatest towing power of any electric production auto calmly tows the plane down the runway.

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Qantas, an Austrailian airliner organised the stunt to highlight its partnership with the Electric Vehicle maker, Tesla. The Model X towed the airplane for nearly 1,000 feet seemingly without breaking a sweat.

Now, Tesla and Qantas have teamed up for a more up-to-date take on the same stunt.

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Although it's rated to tow 2500kg, the Model X managed to pull the 130-tonne airplane almost 300 metres. The Germans retaliated with the Porsche Cayenne S Diesel previous year, which pulled a 285-tonne Airbus A380 for an impressive 73 metres.

Talking about the Tesla Model X P100D's mechanical strength, the EV uses an electric motor with the maximum output of 1,072Nm of torque. The auto actually received a Guinness World Record for heaviest tow by an electric production passenger vehicle.

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