Avaliação completa do Tesla Model S PLAID elétrico de 1020hp, o carro mais TECNOLÓGICO da história!
Hello everyone my name is Anderson Dick and today there is an extra video, as a gift A bonus, I'm doing, a full review of this car here which is the Tesla model S Plaid 2021 Which is the fastest production car in the world and it's one of the cars, if not the, most modern In the world with amazing features. You know me already, from the sagas and the episodes That I bring To you on Saturdays, but I wanted to do a full review of this car Because I think it has so much technology, it has so much innovation, so many different things From what we are used to, from traditional cars, and as it is a very difficult car to access in Brazil There are none of these Plaid models in Brazil yet and there are very few Tesla, even Even in Brazil I thought it was worth doing a video as owner of this car after A few weeks of use and understanding is learning it to show you what it has different What it has to feature, and I'll show you all the details as usual, I like to go deep into everything So follow me here because today we'll have a different video And I want you, for those who are interested in getting to know more about this car, sit there, watch Because it will be complete and I will try to show all the details So we start by presenting the outside, with its aesthetics This car is a big sedan, right? it is a sedan That sits in the range of the BMW 5 Series, 7 Series maybe, Mercedes S or E series and it has plenty of internal space It's really a big car, you're seeing that it has this color here It's a red and it's all finished in black, let's say, the only chrome that this car has Is literally here the logo on the front and it has a glass ceiling too You can't see it from the outside, but it has all this ceiling glass And let me start with some specs here, with the file that comes with the car, so, for example, it's an S Plaid model Here it has details, for its mechanical parts, it has three engines, four-wheel drive, right? The motors are three-phase, 6 poles and a magnet, it is a internal permanent magnet motor for the front And at the back it has 2 Independent engines also, three-phase, 6-pole, and also permanent magnet motors at the rear It has two inverters, with regenerative brakes, lithium-ion batteries Which make practically the entire floor of the car, that is interesting, and it comes with a charger A residential car charger, specs at 120 volts, okay, it has eight cameras Two radars in front and 12 ultrasonic sensors So, let me show you some of the cameras, this one is a camera It has a camera here too,it has the radars here, the ultrasonics here, everything in front here And it has a lot of sensors like that around the car that can actually detect any kind of movement To do this part of self driving, especially, so this is one of the great differentials of this car It has six front and two side airbags It has the security points, it has a seat inlet for baby seats for two children It has the electronic stability control which is from Tesla, as they call it, this is an ABS kind of thing It has a 17 inch screen in the center and a 12.3 inch screen on the instrument cluster, 22 speakers on it's system Radio, Internet, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB-C, belts, vented seats, here, heated seats 3-zone air conditioning, and there you have the specs, here you can see it like this It's base price is $64,991 for the S model and to add the Plaid you add $65,000 so, let's say, for this Tesla There is also a version too, other than the performance one, that costs $65,000 cheaper, so you can have an idea Practically twice the price. For the wheels it has an extra, 21 inch wheels That cost $4,500 and this wheel which is 265/35 R21 at the front And at the rear it's a 295/30 R21, they're Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires, this model of tire, it's a very wide tire at the rear Really wide. And then it has it then the wheels cost US$ 4,500 as an optional The paint, this red one here they call Multicoat Red, it cost US$ 2,500 and the rest of the details to include So basically the only optionals that this car has are the wheels and the different color Other than that, it also has the destination document fee at $1,200 The total cost of this car invoice here is US$ 138,000, this is the price of this car here and there, of course, it brings a comparison here of Economy and emissions and this car is 10 out of 10 in everything, obviously talking a little bit about the internal space, this kind of thing, an interesting thing when you approach the car It will offer you the door handle when it arrives here like this, look, it opens the doorknob and opens the mirror You opens it here, so the doors don't have a column as you can see, and then the first impression It's this steering wheel that I'll show you in detail later but the internal space here, there's space for a cell phone charger It has this storage space here, it's very interesting there's a second level For the storage compartment that one can access easily, impressive, and there's this one too The finish of the car, it's like a denim, so very interesting, and here It has all carbon fiber and leather parts, it it really is one of the best Tesla finishings so far But it's a car that isn't perfect look, for example, there are some details Compared to a BMW, Audi, or a Porsche, or in a Mercedes, you can find superior quality finishings The internal space on this car is very good, here you can see the seats Back here, I'm going to sit here like this for example, it manages to have a lot of space here still And it has a graphical interface here that's really cool on the back, even though it's small So, for example, for those who are here, you have to stay looking down to see this here but you can Do all the controls, you can access here the Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Twitter, you can control the air conditioning Seat heating, fan, this kind of thing I can do everything from here So and here, look, as I said, the glass ceiling, here like this, which is very practical and very interesting It ends up working nicely to block heat, We continue externally it has the trunk There's a generous trunk here, there's this lid here, this trunk is big but It even gets bigger, I got actually more space down here that you can put a lot of stuff And it comes down here, look, we keep the charger here, which you can use to charge from the outlet And then going forward to open the "frunk" aas they call it, which is the front trunk Like this, look, frunk, and it opens the front trunk and then in the front trunk it has more Of a suitcase space that isn't too big, in this car here they added more batteries, that kind of stuff But there's one an extra space here for some suitcases at least Now I'm going to show you some details here, in addition to the navigation, which I was commenting before, so, for example here There's the phone interface, okay, it lists the phone, the messages, that kind of thing The display, the audio, right? I already showed, the cameras, it will display the side and front cameras there And here it has some shortcuts, calendar, messages, Bluetooh, radio and what they call "Theater" Here, then, for example, in the Theater there is a interesting part can see for example a Netflix or Youtube So, click on Netflix here, look, it will login on the internet, it has an automated data connection The car even comes with a year of data included, and then if you want to renew it it's US$9.99 per month That is, R$ 55, for example, per month, so here you can watch everything and this here It only lets you do it when the car is parked, but you can literally, here, let's watch a children's cartoon You can literally watch it on the screen here and make it like a home Theater Well, coming around And then, in here, to exit it here you just have to drag down, okay And here in Theater, there are these options, here like Netflix and this kind of thing And here it has what they call the Toy Box, the Toy Box has some interesting things here For example, you can choose, let I open the window here so you can hear outside You can choose the type of horn, so, for example I will choose "La Cucaracha" You can choose other things, you can put, here, let's see, this one And he's actually doing it out there, it has a speaker outside, right? And that speaker outside is what lets you do the car play a driving sound, so you can set it here So, look, you can put the driving sound here, look, it can do the Ferrari So, whoever is out there is listening to this too, got it? I have a flash drive that I recorded, I put the flash drive in and you can set it here And then there are the sounds here, as I have the sound of my old Corvette C6 And from the outside it looks like a combustionn car, they made this as a joke Now we're talking and there's the Summon where I can also set a sound to play too, so let's set it To have the C8 sound then, let's put it here when we have it, you'll see it later And here's the Internet, Internet browser, so you can browse Here you access the web normally, go on a website, whatever you want, let's browse something And it has a decent speed, because actually it's a direct 5g connection, right? In the app itself. And it has something here in the Toy Box I just skipped, they call it "Emissions"
Here, it's actually a fart sound it plays, in every seat So I can do it here and it will play in any seat, and there are some fart options here, look And the fart options are: Short Shorts Ripper, Falcon Heavy, Ludicrous Fart, Neurastink, Boring Fart I'm so Random and then there's farting here, and then you can make something here Every time I'm pressing this button here it farts actually, or it can do When you activate the turn signal, so it can make the fart sound there, It also has the option here to play As if it were a piano or something like that, here it has a setting that says "Romance Mode" You click here in Romance Mode, and it puts a fireplace here and it will turn on the hot air just in the middle here and cold air will come out And that's the Romance Mode they have at Tesla, very interesting, and a sort of romantic tune Pretty cool, there's a drawing mode here where you can draw, do some scribbling, write So, in other words, you can publish it, you can do whatever you want There's Mars ("Mars") Mode here that it swaps the car for a spaceship Christmas mode, which it will show the car as if it were a sled and it plays even this little music outside And Arcade Mode here is where they have video games You can set it to play Solitaire, you can stay there in video game mode, who knows, someone is sitting waiting in the car Then you can play a little bit, and there are several games, look There are also children's games, this kind of thing This is the entire interface here from the car We're taking a ride like this, the first ride I wanted to show you it's quite the normal usage of the car Like, let's say, a daily driver, a road car, the first thing we notice like this It's the suspension, the silence inside the car, it's impressive, just listen tire noises at most Or the highway, some road noise, and this is one of the most impressive things in the car at first And then this steering wheel, obviously, it is very controversial, right? No one, I think, said that "I liked it, I thought it was really cool" most of the people react negatively Behind the wheel, because it really feels like something is missing here, and I'll say it like this I've been with this car for two weeks now so I've already done 700 miles with it, which is a little over a thousand kilometers And now I can get used to, let's say, the steering wheel, so it's ugly, there's obviously a lot of criticism But I personally understand the reason why they made the wheel, I think it was a Literally a marketing strategy to shock, to create gossip, make a fuzz Cause even controversy, right? That is, sometimes it is typical of some companies Or of many companies, to do something that is, let's say so, criticized on purpose to just Generate marketing, Tesla is famous for doing this, even with Cyber Truck, those who have been following them They announced it I think in 2019 or 2020, I can't remember now, the Cyber Truck that is that pick-up, let's say, from Tesla With completely absurd lines, it looks like something designed by a three-year-old, it was one of the main criticisms But which later was evaluated as one of the best spontaneous marketing strategies ever made by an industry in the automotive industry Historically, even without having sold any of them yet, none were delivered, the car is not available on the market They made a big splash in marketing because it ended up going viral Generating spontaneous marketing in an unbelievable way, so I think that Elon Musk did the exact same thing With this steering wheel, he wanted spontaneous marketing generated by curiosity about the car, but another subject also enters I think later on, in the real world, these trends are influenced by success stories So I think this kind of steering wheel, especially for cars that have autonomous driving It will end up being copied, or being repeated, so in a few years, my bet If I were to make a bet, I think there will be a lot of cars that will have steering wheels like this Even to follow these lines, let's say, that this car here is one of the forerunners for this part of history The steering wheel, the fact that it doesn't have the arc on top, and there are other difficulties that are also negative All buttons here, look, they're like touchscreen, so for example, like, if I signal the blinkers here It's touchscreen, okay, the driver has too little, there is low feedback like that, right? that's different from a lever They removed everything behind here And here it has, for example, voice commands, the horn Self driving, high light and stereo volume and stereo switches, on these buttons, with this they simplified a lot around here What I also think is positive, I think it's cool, a very disruptive, innovative way of thinking like that How can a steering wheel be but the fact of it not having the bow on top and having touch buttons here The most common thing is to grab it with your hand here like this, to take a turn and blow the horn, play everything So I've done this several times, I've seen it in other reviews from people who also Had this same problem, you know, so this is the greater difficulty, greater criticism for this steering wheel It's that part of missing the bow and having most of it as touchscreen commands here And that's also a question that many have asked me and I'm seeing it around, if you can't put the round steering wheel of the previous model But you can't, first because the previous one didn't had the commands here, right? The previous one has the levers back here So everything you do here, wouldn't work, obviously, from one to the other and Tesla also doesn't offer Or at least, so far, it doesn't offer a roun steering wheel like that and i don't believe it will offer soon Now the autonomous driving part for me is one of the main highlights about this car, and as I already I've had a car like this from 2017 to 2019, almost 20, I was already well used to it And this stretch that we are doing now, it is the exact path that goes from my house to where my workplace is And I'll give you an example here, when I clicked on this button here, look It automatically activated it, you see the red steering wheel here, the red yoke, the spot, and it's showing here The speed indicated here on site is 40 miles per hour it automatically sets a tolerance Oh it just gave a warning that it identified that the car was a little close to the sideline And it plays the collision warning and it prepares, so to speak, in order to avoid this collision So the speed it keeps, it maintains, it sets, limits the speed On these side, secondary roads, at a speed of up to a maximum of 5 miles per hour over the limit Which is actually usually the tolerance here in the United States, this is generally understood Which is five to ten miles per hour above the limit and acceptable in the rules, so more or less That they have already taken over. Well you are seeing here that, despite being with my hand Leaning on this side, which is how they they demand, it ends up he's driving alone I have neither set foot here nor am i touching here, and the car will take, for example, this corner here What does it do, it slows down by itself, in this case it's even doing a safer speed here, 35 mph By just trying to do it as safe as possible, and now I'm seeing this bar on top I spent a long time without putting my hand here and it is saying "apply your hand on the steering wheel to continue" And he's starting to insist more, it's just that now i'm doing it on purpose, now it gave me a virtual warning Now if i just touch it like that, applied forced and he's already satisfied, so to speak, so It's monitoring steering wheel to see if you're keeping your hand on the wheel, and you are prepared to take the wheel If the Self Driving here identifies that it has some condition where it can't continue It will turn off Self Driving and, say, the driver has to assume the wheel, this is a current level regulation in the United States which is, say, allowed by the government, for the levels of autonomous direction above this They would already allow, for example, that you don't need to have driver interactions and getting to the point where you don't need to Not even having the driver, that the car literally leaves from one point and goes to the other, driving without even a needing a driver to be present But this, by regulation and by development, this is not available, say, yet, on the market and commercially So you're seeing that, like, that's actually a very practical thing it keeps the line and goes And pretty sure, another thing, you're seeing that every time that it passes a car, on the side there it can Identify the car passing by and it marks it, it marks the signs, it can, say, read And it shows on this screen what it is seeing, even to, in a way, inspire Some trust there for the driver. Another thing, if I have now, for example, here the limit is 45 mph He's keeping it there, if I accelerate a little it does increase the speed but it tells me That, it keeps driving, but it tells me it doesn't will take over, or will He's saying for example that the speed control won't brake because I'm actually accelerating, so it accepts that you want to go a little faster It takes, let's say, the curves, look, it asked you to keep your hand, but it continues Doing the Self Driving, this is one way, let's say so, if you want to use a speed above what it is ordering But keep autonomous driving it does it, especially in curves like this, at first it's even difficult to trust it, right? And one thing I was commenting, in 2017 when I got it, when I had my first Tesla And I used to take this route here a lot, this corner here, particularly, it couldn't make it properly It cut inwards like this, literally as if it couldnt follow the radius And you had to assume, but what Tesla has, they have a system that every time the driver takes over The direction they send a data packet, like a data logger to Tesla automatically over the Internet And this package, at that moment, is analyzed Probably by an autonomous system, why did the driver take over the wheel at that time and what was the error of the car at that time And then this is a, let's say, an A.I. that automatically Learns it and tries to fix it, so every software update that Tesla sends for this car They always comes back driving a little better, so much so that i remember it well i was on this road And it didn't do that curve for some days, a few weeks, then i already knew that, so i already I was always on the lookout and soon a software update that after installed It started to take that corner so you can see clearly that it is improving the way of driving Very quickly and according to their own user data and this is one of the reasons they are talking That Tesla has a big advantage over other Vehicle Manufacturers That are also working on autonomous driving because they manage to collect Data from all their vehicles that are on the road and Tesla has the largest fleet with capable self driving cars Or with autonomous driving, in the world So that's an interesting thing. Another interesting thing, there in front of the stop sign
In a little while it will identify it, that there is a stop sign, and you'll see it will Literally stop by itself, it identified it at 500 feet (150 meters) the stop sign It even identified the traffic light up there, so I didn't, I'm not going to do anything, I'm not accelerating, I'm not braking I'm not doing anything, it will stand by the stop it identifies let's say the stop line Look here, the sign here, there, the board is there and it has identified the sign And it's now waiting until I take over, then when I take over, I have to Here in this case since it's a 90 degree corner I have to make this turn, let's say, for him It can't, it won't, so actually, I can even accelerate there, but since it doesn't have a straight line I have to take over the driving, now it isn't in self driving if you press the button here again It already establishes self driving again and from here it does it alone, one of the next levels of self driving What they're talking about it, will be, if it's in the map here leading down a path, it will do it, it will take This turn right there, let's say, to follow the map So this is one of the updates that everyone is waiting for, that it will be taking these turns and following the map More so, it will need even less, say, the drivers input, it will follow the GPS and from there it will take its way So these were more or less the uses here for the self driving for you to understand a little bit how it does it Now if I step on the brake here, it will disable Self Driving and then an interesting thing, down here It has a green line that shows Regeneration, it it is literally stopping from it So much so that I have to put my foot on the throttle to stop it from regenerating, because it actually wasn't even using the brakes It is stopping because it starts to regenerate agressively the energy and that helps to charge the batteries Decreases brake wear and still makes the car have more battery charge Because the used battery power stops just to help braking and charging the battery So this is very intersting about how the car works, you know? You are seeing that maneuvering like this, it's delicate, so the you tends to touch the buttons, right? Here you actually have to maneuver like this, almost with only one hand and doing so Now I'm going to show you something interesting here, a procedure I sat in the car, and I put my seatbelt on, look, you see there the screen, when I put my seatbelt on It prepares to drive, and here it already detected that there is a barrier in front of it And it suggested I drive back so if I step on the brake, it said, it already put on reverse So by accelerating here, it goes backwards, that is, I didn't choose that It wanted to go back, it identified that it had a barrier in front and it suggested to go back That here you are seeing the central camera and the side cameras, like, if I hit the brakes again Allow me here if I want to move forward, I have to put it here And then it goes forward, so the selection of the gears is forward to backward here, and there are also here These buttons, when we press them, here I can put on Drive or Reverse So here it still has the touch buttons here but it's usually accessed right there And now I'm maneuvering here, I want to take the highway to show you something How does it work, how does Self Driving do it, let's say, on the highway, which is a little different From the inner streets, so we will understand it better Here is the blinker, you signal it to the left on the touchscreen and look, this steering wheel is weird You have to stretch your arm, because it's wider right there Now I'm getting on the track, on the highway, and it can identify the side lanes there, you see? I'll set it now, it even identifies the other vehicles, look, I've already put it on Self Driving Now it already knows how many lanes it has, I'm on the left lane, so it already keeps, let's say The speed, I've chosen the maximum speed here that I want, as this one is a way... Let's say I'm going to be at 70 mph, it's a 70 mph lane and it maintains that speed If i keep it like this I can literally do something else as such From time to time you have to put your hand on the steering wheel here without being supported and here if I click to the left Here, I've signaled left, it identified that there is no car on the left And it changed lanes but it does so that alone too if it identifies that the other lane is faster So this is a way that it chooses tracks like this And so it can literally travel like that I'm going to change lanes again, look And it goes on directly like this And now here I'm going to show you some controls and settings, so here When you click on this menu here, it is on the on the map mode and such, it's showing where we are But when you click on this menu it will show here, the controls, so i can unlock the car All through the touchscreen, I can open what they call frunk, which is the front trunk Open the rear trunk, now since the car is driving it doesn't allow me to do so Open the charge door, lift the car, this it's just to raise the suspension In order to go through an obstacle, this kind of thing, open the glove box, so to open the glove box went through the display here So I'm going to close it again here, and I I can put it in neutral here, say, disengage The windshield wipers, I can lock the windows for the kids in the back, this one is called Sentry mode I'll show you that later, I can move the mirrors so I click To move the mirrors here, it enables this command window to adjust the mirrors And then I select the right mirror, left mirror, And it comes up here, I can also regulate the steering wheel here It's height, can you see that it is moving? And when I want to, I just close it here and it will keep it that way And I can see the cameras here, side and rear even while I'm driving So I can keep this here, here's a shortcut to the cameras too, so back to the controls Okay, we've already checked the controls, then pedals and steering, so this here is an interesting thing The Chill mode which is the mode it uses the least power, in fact, it will look like it has... I don't even know the number but I think it's like 400 horses, for example, the Sport Mode is like a 700 horses And Plaid, which is just the peak power is 1020 horsepower, for those who don't know Elon Musk, founder of Tesla, he is a big fan of an 80's movie called Space Balls Which is a comedy there, and in this movie they had the Ludicrous speed which was the maximum speed of the ship And the only speed above that was Plaid, that's why it had it on his previous car it already had The Ludicrous Speed version, and this one is the Plaid version, so this analogy It's Kinda funny but it's an eccentricity of him clearly, to do this So here's something called Drag Strip Mode, when I I press this button it automatically starts it, it shows here Drag Strip and then it puts it out like this "conditioning the batteries for peak performance" So literally it goes on, it will start to cool the engines and, say, to maintain the temperature From the batteries at an ideal temperature, most of the time it's going to warm them up, but if it's needed It can cool them too, if I'm not mistaken, and then it has something here that is how to launch it So it teaches it here "the way thrust it prioritizes maximum acceleration on circuits with good traction" then it is saying this and teaches how to "first press the brake firmly hold both pedals at the same time" and then it has something that it has to wait Until you're ready to launch that it calls the Cheetah Stance which is actually when it lowers the Front to launch harder, let's say, without wheelies to make the most of the four-wheel drive And when it's ready it indicates it here, I'll show it to you now here a run I did on the race track When I take it inside the car you can see how the cluster looks while at it, watch it - You are crazy? - This is an electric car, James Did you see this launch, then? this car here so, for you to understand, it runs 9.2 seconds As I had already said, in the 402 meters, you just saw this and you saw how the cluster works How does it launch, how does it does it all, it's really an amazing car It's performance quirk, so amazing that it is now the fastest car in the world Fastest production car, just when I say fast it's not for speed, it's not the car with the biggest Top speed is the car that hits it the fastest, it has the fastest acceleration of any production car So okay, you understood how to do it here? Let me use the air conditioning now The air conditioning has a mode here where you set the wind speeds, and here it has an interesting thing You can direct the wind through the vehicle by the display itself here From the screen, so you can open the wind differently for each passenger The ventilation of the seats, the front seats, there is seat heating too, and here We can choose the ventilation output here and the rest is as usual, this car has an interesting function Look, can you see that here it is stopping behind this car here and it identified that it has a traffic light There, up front, so you can see that i'm not doing anything, it's stopping For traffic lights, right behind the cars, it identified the other cars and it will identify the traffic light Up here you can see it just right, look, the red light there, look how it manages it How it sees it, the car was right in front and it is not checked now, but when the cars started to roll It'll be able to identify it there, look, it turned green, he's going out now, and it saw that the light is green So it saw that the lights are green, it even colors the line green here And it will keep driving and following the normal traffic, I literally had no interaction with it Continuing here, the Driving Mode, this one it's the steering wheel control that's like how most modern cars already have You can set it to comfort like this, it will get softer, smoother, lighter, right? to drive Set it to Sport Mode and it really gets a more sporty feeling, for that kind of thing And then it has here, the Auto Shift to put it in Drive or Reverse Automatically in Drive or Reverse, which is what I showed you before, when I left the company and Slip Start Which is a function that, when you are in snow or sand or dirt, it allows it to run slipping its tires Slipping, so to speak, the traction control will allow it, you can also only activate it when it's stopped Continuing here, it has a very cool function, in Suspension It literally has a Suspension datalogger, so it's showing, for example, the height My left front is at -4, -8 mm, the right front, the height of each wheel, on all four wheels And it has the dampening and compression percentage and the rebound, which is how much He's acting on the dampers, and it has a something very interesting it's the acceleration, the G force From every corner of the car, this is a way for it to make traction control more active Because otherwise the car literally starts to bend, it will be able to find the greater G force In one of the corners it manages to control it there, and this is the first production car that also Has a thing called Torque Vectoring, that is, exactly that it can identify The corners of the car and can apply more force to one of the rear wheels than the other, because it, as I said It has two engines at the rear and one at the front, Behind, they are separated, there is no differential, there is nothing It can apply more acceleration on one of the wheels to be able to correct the angle From the car, literally, in real time, so this part of the suspension here also has a mode That is called Advanced or Sport or Comfort, it's set automatically to Comfort so with that you can Drive very comfortable with the car , or you can put it on Sport, it will get a little harder It should be possible to see here in the percentages, look, it is almost zero percent, you see? The actuation of the shock absorbers and when you put it on Sport it is all the time trying to fight it And if I put it in advanced, he'll do it here like this, I can make it firmer, so much harder That I'm feeling the car stiffer, and I can see that the percentages are all higher Or I can make the suspension very soft, it is totally smooth, so let's say I'll put it in the middle here And then it has a comfort mode of direction, right? Which then it will be softer or sportier And here the height of the car, you can level the car, it has adjustable suspension, so you can Leave it low, medium, high and very high, so much so that it doesn't allow you to set the tall and taller modes Because this only allows it at lower speeds, which is precisely if you're going to go through an obstacle or something like that And here it has an option that I personally like to have, because I think That lowered cars look better, i always leave it standard at low height, so it literally Keeps the car by default at this low height and here the Charging screen, I'll show you now I'll put a video here of how it is loaded in two circumstances that is in charging at home And when charging in the Supercharger, which it's Tesla's charge stations, so watch it there It is charging at 139 kW 140 kW look here, it said it will take 45 minutes to reach 100% But we're not going to charge it to 100%, and actually this is the thing, we leave the car here Let's go in, let's see if we have to buy something there We stayed there for about 20 or so minutes and it's already almost charged, you can see through the app it was already quite charged Look, it's already at 90%, charged, and now the last 10% It actually is a little harder, because it goes like... I even made an analogy, it's like filling a bottle With compressed air, or with nitrous, in the end it gets difficult, right, it's already too full So the battery is the same thing, now I'm going show you how charging works at home This car, have you seen it there how the Supercharger does it Charging on a trip but to charge it at home, most people have a charger like this A Wall Charger, so it's called, that it nothing more is what a smart charger it has a PCB In here and it's connected to the energy of the house, in my case here it is connected to 220v With two phases and it can pull 48 amps, so there's a circuit breaker if I'm not mistaken, 60 amps Or 72 amps, some thing like that, to charge and it basically has This loading port here and there the charging bit, so basically when you get home You connect it here and it will identify, blink blue, turn a circuit breaker here, and it starts charging on green And then it keeps charging, usually over night and in shows it here The status here, that's how it looks, so for example here, he's showing that That it is carrying, it is at 62% battery, I've programmed it to go up to 90% Because it is usually not recommended to load to a 100% charge if you are not going to use it because The last ten percent of the battery is a big effort, stressfull and, let's say, wears out the battery He's showing to get to 90%, look, he's at 62%, he'll need 2h35min pluged in Here on the wall and he's carrying a 48 amp average at 240 volts, 10 kW power 11 kW and then if you stay, for example, two hours there, in a few hours it will Charge up to this percentage and this is something that a lot of people also ask, how much does it cost, right? So for example a full charge for this 350 miles that is the capacity of this car here Or 500 or so km, it costs me 100 kilowatts, which is the battery, 100 kilowatt-hours is the battery capcity Total capacity of this car, it would take 12 cents per kilowatt-hour, that is the energy cost of my house Here on my electricity bill, so it would be US$12 to "fill the tank" that is worth 500 km of range. Here in the United States that fuel is still cheap, yet it costs around Four to five times this, to fill the tank of a car with simmilar range It would be like 40, 50, 60 dollars depending on the car and consumption, so it is already much more economical in this aspect Another important aspect about charging the car at home It is if the person drives less than the full range of the car, eg 300 few miles That's 500 km, and if I drive less than that, I'll never need to go to a super charger, I can come home at night Charge it and it's in the next day, my average use, I drive 15, 20, 30 miles a day, you know? It's hard to drive more than that so I drive it and it's 90%, I come home and the car is still At 75%, it charges only fifteen percent every night, so it ends up being very easy for those who don't Drive more than 500 km a day because you don't even have to stop at a gas station, you just charge it at home At night and it's much simpler than going to the gas station, so this is the aspect there Another question about the battery, a lot of people say, "but the battery will break" "How do you fix it?" a battery like this, let's say it has stipulated that it guarantees 90% charge capacity Keep its charge for 1000 cycles, that is, if it unloads and loads a thousand times completely It will maybe degrade a little and she will lose I don't know, 5% or 10% load, right? And it won't be able to load more fully, only 1000 cycles in a car that has, for example, 500 km of autonomy There are 310 thousand miles theoretically that this car will have to drive to degrade the battery So probably these cars here won't even run 300 thousand miles up, so the battery will probably last longer Than the car itself can handle, the engine theoretically it is even more reliable because There are few moving parts, so these cars have the tendency to have great longevity So did you see how the charging is, how interesting? Now that Auto Pilot is exactly the part of Autonomous direction that I've already shown you but here is how to configure it It's stopping by itself it's following the speed of that car there and it's going down So the Auto Pilot here, it goes, it has the option here Auto Steer, ie Which I can activate if i want it to take the turns or not and they even put it as Beta, that is, It's a function that is being developed and tested so theoretically anyone who accepts to participate in this here They will actually be participating as if it were a a trial version, and here you set if you need to click or double click To activate Auto Pilot, if you want to naviagate with Auto Pilot actually and here You can customize it if you want to start it automatically whenever you plan a trip You can set here the lane changing, as I showed you before, automatic, you can put it like this If you want it to deactivate, medium or a little like that, well smooth, medium or Mad Max, that is a reference from the movie Also, Mad Max, like that madly, it changes lanes as much as possible As, let's say, to be efficient in driving it and here it has the option if you want to leave Passing Lane That is, if the car is driving on the left, it can be set to always go back to the right and then leave The left lane for someone to pass you, so this option calls for courtesy, that you can do And here it asks you, I've selected no, If I want it to ask me to change lanes It can switch autonomously already, so this is a process, and here it tells you if you are Leaving when changing lanes, so always, if you have a question click here The Auto Pilot will notify you that it is changing lanes by vibrating the steering or ringing a bell then I set it here so it actually lets me know with both, which is vibration and a buzz, for example And now here, this here, I can choose this if I want to activate the light control Stop and traffic and at the same time, if I want to stop, enable stop sign control And signal lights, so it's activated there but you can only disable it when in parking It'll tell you when the light turns green, so let's say it like this, if it stopped at a traffic light and you didn't notice that it turned green It will give you a beep warning that it is green, and then you can resume driving And here it also asks if you want to see the Full Self Driving Preview, that in fact it will be Showing everything it sees over there and the Summon which is a really cool function Which I'm going to show you now how this car drives itself in two very unusual circumstances, watch it now I've entered the car app here, it's showing where it is parked and such I can come here and put it, let me show you where is the car, the car is parked there I'm going to come here and click on the app, I'm going to select "come to me", and then I click "come to me" I keep holding it and the car is maneuvering by itslef, look i'm just holding it It will show me where it identifies that there are vehicles on the spot, it will obviously avoid hitting them It can feel and it will make way to get here, in the best possible path If there was a vehicle here it would deviate a little to the side, it would come and this function here they call Smart Summon, this function they say That it is exactly like this, for example, if you were in the supermarket and it's raining the car picks you up Then I can come with it here, look, even here, check it when it parks it lowers the suspension You could see it right, another way to control the car is exactly, do what I call Summon Which is just put it forward to back, so sometimes there is a very tight spot, if you want to do it The car goes backwards, you can start it, you can see that every time that it will remember it lifts the suspension And here I'm commanding the car to go backwards, so there are different moves I can do Another thing I can get, I can take the car here and select Then yes, with Smart Summon, I can see the location on the map here, and I'll tell him to park, for example On the other side, at ProLine, ok? Let that guy get out of there so he doesn't panic too much And I will now click here, holding the button, I have to keep holding the button And the car will maneuver there, and the car go now to where I've sent it there to that spot Parking, I'll even follow up on foot here, can you see that it's going there by itself? And the guy is just looking there, look at his face, and the car goes to the spot I ordered, which is there at the end It's going to back up, look, it's going to stop there, it's doing it alone, it's kind of maneuvering like this It's amazing, this thing is even fun And it goes there at the point I ordered, which is up there I've sent him there where is that truck there, and it won't be able to get there So it actually came as close as possible, but that truck was there, now I'm going to get it And I'll bring it back here, where I was, it will come around now The guys who were supposed to be leaving are looking over there and they're not believing that there's no one inside the car And there, the car is now maneuvering, it's backing up there, look, it checks everything, turns around and comes I'll tell it to go close to the garage there, look, can you see that it's going to take the line Let's see if it will identify this ramp there Look, there is like a ramp there, I don't know if it identified it or not But it will come in a straight line, and look here, the autonomous car, there's no driver Oh, and listen to the sound, the sound of the Ferrari, no, it's the Corvette C8, and here there is no one in the car You are seeing it here. It is handling everything with no one inside, and then it stops
The guys there, mowing the grass, were impressed, and then the car stopped here So this is one of the most surprising functions here here, which is in this car, undoubtely Did you see how the Summon, Smart Summon works? And now you see it Launching itself, will it Drag Race by itself? we will see Now we're going to drop the Telsa, in standalone mode, let's see how fast it goes alone, with no one inside So you saw the car driving alone in the parking, including how it Can move amazingly without anyone inside and you saw a joke I played That was a joke, right? I'll explain now, all of a sudden some people didn't understood, but I started the car On the drag track as if there was no one driving, but when it was about to Drag Race, i've piloted it Obviously it doesn't speed up on his own at high speeds, it only maneuvers like that But it was a good joke and we couldn't have missed the opportunity, so here now Continuing the settings it has the cell phone working as if it were the car key itself So he, when I come in with my cell phone inside the car, it also unlocks the car So I don't even need to carry a key, nothing, and one thing here that I didn't show you before, it has Two very practical chargers here, where the cell phone rests here, you can put two cell phones that are wirelessly charged So it's a very practical way to solve the cell phone and it's even charging here, right? And here are child lock options for the doors so they don't open at the back, so instead of being a switch it will be something electronic Here you have the option to lock the windows at the back, you have the option to lock the doors when you leave Option to offer the handle when you come close, the option of when to lock the car To get out, it first unlocks only the driver, or when you put it in park and it unlocks the locks That is, to make a sound when unlocking, close the windows when locking the car And also to let me know when you leave the car and leave the doors or windows open, I'll even put it here to let me know And then it, if I leave a door or open window it will give me a warning Here the light part, so everything is automatic like this there is no light key, there is nothing here It turns on the lights by itself when it's dark, turns it off, high lights, this one is phenomenal, you know? And then you can turn on the only thing that is the light here, fog lights, right? And Dome Lights here is how you set the lighting when you get into the car It also has the option here of signaling high light automatically, right? Let me check this I'm going to return here, now I'm stopping, I'm not braking, it's only reducing with regeneration And if I brake its even stronger, I even have to speed up a little for it So it doesn't stop sooner, so that's one of the reasons because this car has such lasting brake pads It's awesome because it really uses regeneration a lot to do this I'll speed it up here, it's amazing what this car accelerates like that from the standstill I can't believe it, you know? Here, to get an idea, I just stopped and floored it, the car doesn't detract, nothing Continuing then, here, I'll put it on Self Driving again, I'll put it here at 70 mph And here we have the display configuration, so I can i put it in dark mode Also light mode, or automatic, where it changes the brightness automatically at night The voice recognition for voice controls, here, voice control even has it in Portuguese, the time format If the battery is to be displayed in percentage, for example now the battery is at 74% If I put it away, it's saying it has 256 miles of battery life, so you can see It can do anyway you like it, I I prefer it in percentage, it's a habit of mine And here you can display in metric, so for example, if I put in kilometers now, it's 412 km About mileage, the maximum range of this car here is 560 km, which is 350 miles, so just to get an idea And here I can choose the temperatures, for example here now it's 31 celsius outside I can put it in Fahrenheit and the tire pressures if you want it in bar or in PSI Travels, here it brings the subject of mileage, for example the car is now at 828 miles And it puts the average consumption like this, so this one is a difference, this car here has no consumption Obviously in kilometers per liter, or miles per gallon, it has a watt-hour consumption per mile So his average consumes 345 watt-hours of energy every mile, and then for example, you understand His battery has 100 kW/h which is 100 thousand watts so for example if it keeps like that Using about 300 and a little watt-hour per mile, divide 100,000 for 300 something, it'll be 300 or so miles So this is the calculation, the way autonomy is calculated, as well as consumption in the electric car Navigation here it has the options that he, for example, does the automatic navigation from home to work every time that it recognizes the time you are leaving It has the question of Trip Planner that it is going to stop on Superchargers in the places that have to Charge the battery to help you, to be able to stop in the right place load and work Here's something, see that traffic light up there? He'll recognize it, see it's flashing yellow And now the other one over there he's going to see the green one and go, it reduces it because it is in doubt If its's going to turn red, then I give a only throttle command so it can follow up It just doesn't maintain a very high speed because if it turns red on the way It has to have time to stop, especially if self driving, right? here, there is another red light Now it turned green so it will do the same thing, it will decrease If I command here, I press on the throttle, I already give him a command to follow Then it will be all right. Here it has an option, in the navigation, it has avoid options, for example Train lines, this kind of thing, which is common here in the U.S., it's quite common, and then it stays put for a while, to avoid tollbooths And use the HOVL which are High Occupancy Vehicle Lines, which is the lane, of high vehicle occupancy Which is very common in the U.S., normally on the highways around big cities
The lane on the far left is reserved for those who have a vehicle with more than two or more Passengers inside, because it is very common for people to drive alone so this is an incentive to do the car pool Which is when you have more people taking a ride in a car and these people have priority to drive there And also here in the United States, cars, electrics with a green plate can also use this lane This priority lane, so this is a interesting thing, here is the Sentry Mode Which I'm going to show you exactly how it does, it's very interesting, the Sentry Mode Basically it keeps monitoring around the car all the time you are in the car and filming It keeps this on a flash drive that is inside the glove box and that way whenever it detects movement The first thing it does, it throws an alert on the screen Suddenly if there's someone trying to get into the car, it shows it and it gets people see on the screen, that they are being filmed And even so you can use this material later, I can get the flash drive here And when you get back in the car it shows you "there were three events de Sentry", Sentry is surveillance in Portuguese, so It has a surveillance mode on it, so if anyone tries get into the car when trying to force the door or do something Or get too close and stay for a while, it will film that person and tell you "look, there were three surveillance events" If you want to look and you take the card, put it on, and you can look at what happened, it's a very interesting function like that Here's an option, for example, you can put a password to drive this here Just like FuelTech, you can set the a password to drive, so you just authorize it and drive it If you have a password, you can enter a password for the glove box, so the glove box stays shut As if it were a safe, there is also an option which can limit the car's maximum speed That's also interesting because it allows you to do it through the app, I'll show you later In the app how does it work, you can control it really well Control these things including the maximum speed of the car, so let's look at the app now for you guys to understand how the app works Now here I'm showing the Tesla App This application, installed on the cell phone and it shows, in this case, the battery percentage, the state the car is in In this case parked here, that it is parked, if it had an open door it would show the open door Everything, and here I can turn it on, or turn off the indoor air conditioning It shows here the internal temperature, I can, say, preheat or cool the car before riding There are controls here which is this main screen, you can open partially the windows, in the corner, Vent function Unlock is to unlock the car, if anyone is accessing the car from a distance you may flash the high lights Or the lights, you can honk the car from a distance, you can give the start let's say as if leaving the car running Open the front trunk, the rear trunk and garages at home So for example, here it has a Valet Mode, who can leave this here for the valet and it You won't be able to go to a perimeter far from the restaurant, let's say, and limit the speed Operation and power, surveillance mode that it keeps recording the cameras around And here this thing, Speed Limit Mode which is interesting, because this was a good example of a father in the United States Who saw his son driving his Tesla and saw that he was over the speed limit When you're driving, up here, where it says "Parked", it shows the speed limit And he couldn't stop it, and his son was speeding and ended up in a crash And he died, Tesla made this update, this upgrade, then and put this speed limit Here so you are able, from a distance, to establish a speed limit, they even paid tribute to his loss Here is the charging, so you can establish what is the maximum it will charge in the case But I'll put it here to charge at 100%, here I can also see the location So it shows you exactly where is the car parked at that moment, you can locate it If you are driving, it will show you in real time And then there's Summon, which I've already shown you, right? How can you drive, put him somewhere else, make the car maneuver by itself and come get you Upgrades here it shows what is available as upgrades, so in this case here there is nothing new And here, Subscriptions, so $9.99 per month is what it charges for the Internet These other things over there, but as I already have services for one year so I don't need it now And here in Services (service) I can order a collision repair, change the windshield Report a noise or vibration problem, changing tires, all the service part is done directly through the application Here and here, there is Road Assistance which is if you have any problems at the road That if you have a problem, for example flat tire, the car does not drive, there is a charging problem You can come this way, and here shows model information The car's mileage is 972 miles there, and the VIN number and the update version Here's a Tesla thing that you send the link to someone, to a friend To buy a car or buy a solar energy system, with this link and they give you some benefits there So you can point it to people and they buy and you recieve some benefits So basically this is the app, here, just to show you, completely, continue there, follow the video Did you see how cool the app is? You can remotely control all functions Now we're still here, this one is a function which I think is really cool, is the cabin's overtemperature protection So there is a function that it keeps the car's internal temperature below 105 ºF which, if I'm not mistaken, is 40 ºC, around 40, 41, something like that, and if it passes The temperature treshold because the car is in the sun it automatically turns on the air conditioning As the air conditioning is electric it doesn't need the engine running it literally turns on and maintains the temperature So the interior doesn't ever go over 105 ºF, that actually helps a lot Not to deteriorate the interior, the leathers of the car, thats why most cars interior looks weird After a while it's because it stayed at the sun, and not just the sun, but the heat it generated inside the cabin In the car it ends up harming it that's it, here we have more functions like this That allow the car to be accessed by cell phone, whether you like it or not, the alarm, car security That is, theft, that kind of thing, here it will give you some warnings, ask you if you want Notifications that you are maneuvering the car to park, this kind of thing and this Joe Mode here All alerts, instead of being played at the back speakers, in the back seat, or at all the speakers It's displayed only for the driver here, so it literally doesn't bother who's back there Looking at the interface, doing other things. And here we go to the Service group so it shows The pressure of the four tires has access to the online manual here so you can see all the information You can see, for example, the manual of all products, this is very useful Look here, there was a bug not in the software here, it is no longer showing the speed It says "Can't change gear with the vehicle at speed", everything is working, let me stop here The interface freezed, and now it's back It reset itself, you saw, it was moving, I put it in the manual and then I went to the car manual And it reset, and then when I slowed down here it saw that the interface was frozen And it resetted the interface, but the car it still works normally, let me make something Let me do a function for you here, I want to see how many seconds it takes from 0 to 100 in Chill mode 0 to 100 kmph I say is 0 to 60 mph, so I'm going to take a highway exit here That the limit is 70 mph hour and I will accelerate to 60 mph just to see it How much can it manage, what speed does it do, It's marking there, look, I left, let's see 6.6 seconds from 0 to 100 kmph in Chill mode, I'll put in Sport mode now, to see the same thing here
And now in Sport mode, look, here we go Look, 3.55 seconds in Sport Mode, from 0 to 100 kmph And now I'm going to put on Plaid with Drag Mode here 2.15 s, look, the 0 to 100 kmph in the car here, for you to have an idea, it was a big difference, six seconds and something Three seconds and something and 2.15 from 0 to 100 kmph, which is 60 mph 0 to 96 kmph and there comes something that is interesting, Tesla discloses that as 1.99 s, ok? But they say you should take out the Rollout time, so it discounts the first foott, which is 30 cm Or 12 inches then, when the car starts to roll they measure the time after the first 30 cm Even the, in this case, 60 mph which is 96 kmph so in reaelity it is like this Like they say you're already at six miles an hour, so it's a 6 to 60 mph It's very controversial in this but it's a is a way that some manufacturers use to do this Obviously the time will be shorter and as Tesla wanted post a time below two seconds To be the first production car, if i'm not mistaken, to have a 0 to 100 kmph or 0 to 60 kmph below two seconds It was the trick they made for it, but regardless of that 2.15 seconds
Here from 0 to 60 on any surface, anywhere, it's something awesome like that Did you see there, I'll put a little snippet here that I took some people to walk on the Car, to test-drive it, let's say, and with four people inside the car repeatedly did it It still turns 2.2 s, 2.3 s 0 to 100 kmph is something surprising really, so watch a little excerpt of the day that I took several people to test-drive, here in this car that impressed everyone - With four now it wont go - Yeah, it will be slow - With four now it wont go - Yeah, it will be slow - It's on and off, that's cool - You please won't vomit there - Do it at 75 - It pulls like this all the way up to 200 mph And in Launch mode it starts clenching forward, look It sinks forward Are you ready there? - How many Gs will it give? - It pulls 2G - I'm a screamer, I'm sorry, I scream, I get scared - Easy, we understand - Sensational - Bah, I've damaged the brakes already, I think I'll make a standing start, it lowers the front, look, I won't even let it go all the way down - S#^t! - F*ck@ng S#^t! We need to film their faces, not the phones It looks like your brain can't even understand what's going on - Oh my God! We almost died, oh my God! This is a rocket! There's nothing more powerful! This thing is making me scream like a little girl! What a car! Did you see what were the reactions to Tesla's acceleration? There's no one who doesn't react to this and don't get crazy about it You've even seen several of the guys who rode there in this car here, in these reactions that I put It was on the supercar owners meeting and most of these people They own Ferrari, McLaren, cars that are really very fast and yet they were very surprised One of them, that you saw his reaction there too, Murder Nova, which is The guy, he's Shaun, he's the guy who once went to Brazil, she rode an Opala at Velopark But this guy is famous worldwide because it is one of the stars of the Street Outlaws show That goes on Discovery Turbo So he's a guy who is used to racing with four-thousand-horsepower cars that accelerate real fast And it has surprised him in an incredible way, you know? We have here a Towing button that if you need to tow the car For it to let loose as if if it was in neutral, here the wheel configuration I can change the wheel size, I can reset calibrations, make others Jack Mode if you want to lift the car in the elevator, let's say, and the Wiper Service is for it to open The wipers in order to be changed so it needs of a cleaner service mode there, let's say It identified there that that car kind of crossed in front, alerted me and reduced But it saw that it didn't need to stop because it was still safe Now I'm going to put the lane to the left here and it will see that it has a car, it drew the red line In the middle, it saw if it didn't have a car, when this car passes, look, it will make the move to go left And then it goes on a normal journey, And then it stops, ending here, looking at the software, it shows the model of the car Again the chassis number the details like the car, what's my package, that kind of stuff The software version, the navigation version and basically here if you want the preferred option here I'm asking to receive the software upgrades as soon as possible That is, I want to be one of the testers of software in advance is an option I can do here Or there are people can choose if you want, just send me the software update When you have, let's say, a final version tested and there is nothing beta for example This is a common thing, so here we actually saw all the car menus and now we will Stop to take a look at the other functions Here it has for example stereo stuff, I can have Spotify, streaming This kind of thing that it's basically normal these days Here in the map management I'll take the example here, if I want to travel, to a farther place, for example Let's get it here and travel to Orlando, ok? How it will do it, it will calculate the route to Orlando In this case, I'm only at 65% charge in this example, right? it will calculate around it The route to Orlando, and it will tell me exactly where does it have to stop, so in this case As I have 65% charge, it will arrive in McDonald, Georgia, in a Supercharger there at 36% And then it suggested loading 25 minutes, then I go to Valdosta and load Another 40 minutes and you'll arrive in Orlando, so, in other words, with two stops even th