Tesla Model S Drifted To The Edge of Its Short Battery Life
The Tesla Model S, its an all electric car with a reputed 310 mile range and in the rear wheel drive version its good for 380 bhp, 0-62 in 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 140 mph. In the hands of Japanese drifters its good for… well drifting of course what else do you expect from the drifting community. We’re not sure if this is some kind of publicity stunt secretly arranged by Tesla but it does prove one thing. Rear wheel drive electric cars can drift. Why is drifting so important? It could be to do with showing ultimate car control. Drifting certainly isn’t the quickest way to drive that takes even more skill, but is sure looks like fun to us. We didn’t know how to end this article, we apologise for the rather generic “it sure looks like fun to us” that’s what happens when you are running short of ideas or things to say on a given day. It would have been better to end on this note, as one YouTube comment said “Japan will try and drift @~#ucking everything”.  Tesla-Model-S-Sideways
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