Tesla “hacked” reaches the speed of 350 km/h

A car You’re here Model S tiles it was hacked to remove all its top speed limitations, reaching 348 km/h.

The feat was achieved and verified at an airport in Canada, thus achieving the highest speed achieved by a vehicle from Elon Musk’s company.

Breaking records with Tesla

The Model S tiles maintains a limitation of up to 282 km / h imposed by the same software that governs the electric car.

The team that hacked the You’re here it was headed by Guillaume André, CEO of Ingenext, a company specializing in the conversion of thermal vehicles into electric vehicles. Besides tinkering with the software, he also had to make physical changes to the car, adding a bigger brake and using different tires.

However, the biggest challenge was to achieve such a long highway where the new speed of the You’re here to get the file.

The Canadian businessman, however, managed to close a 3 km runway at Trois-Rivières airport in Quebec and entrust him with the work.

high speeds

With the already modified car, it was possible to reach the maximum of 348 kilometers per hour.

André managed to go from 0 to 200 km/h in eight seconds, and from 0 to 300 in 18. The top speed of 348 km/h was reached in 24.73 seconds.

You’re here originally promised that Model S tiles they could exceed 322 kilometers per hour, but he began to sell them limited by supply problems.

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