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VIDEO: Go inside Tesla Motors' new electric supercar

Posted at 11:53 AM, Oct 10, 2014

Zero to 60 mph in about three seconds has been done before in the ever-changing automotive landscape — but how would you like to do that kind of speed in an electric car?

The new P85D model from Tesla Motors was unveiled Thursday in California and it claims to do just that.

The company's new dual-motor, all-wheel drive version of the Tesla Model S will accelerate at the rate of the top supercars made by Ferrari and Lamborghini. See this video for a look inside the innovative new machine: