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Secret Behind The Record-breaking Speed Of Tesla's Model S Electric Car

The technology has enriched our lives and enlightened our minds, but in pursuit of its cozy comforts, people tend to be over-reliant on it, so much that they can’t even imagine living without it.

Technology changed the world to fast and innovative generations that people are mostly dependents on high-tech devices.

We are living in an innovative age where information, communication, knowledge, and technology are advancing at an explosive rate.

In a recent report of the LiveScience, Electric cars have now arisen to the real world. The Tesla Model S was just rated the third-fastest accelerating production car in the world, beating out cars such as the Lamborghini Aventador and the Bugatti Veyron.

With this innovative car, with a record-breaking speed, the company explained the Tesla's new battery pack is all about going the distance, and being quicker than any mass-produced car has ever been.

Tesla announced new versions of its Model S sedan and Model X crossover Tuesday, August 23 ,2016, with substantially faster acceleration and longer battery range.

The company revealed the secret behind its record-breaking speed, as the company claims its Model S P100D with the Ludicrous mode is the quickest production car in the world, in terms of acceleration. Tesla compared it to the likes of the LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder, which were accelerated faster, but were limited-run cars, while the Tesla will factory-produced for the general public. The Model S has a 100-kilowatt hour battery, with a 315 mile EPA range.

With this new innovation, no doubt, the advancements brought us unprecedented physical, medical and other benefits, but this over-reliance will prove costly for the survival of the human race.

The overwhelming effects of this knowledge are all around us as cutting edge technology is rendered obsolete in the blink of an eye due to further advancements.

The Tesla Model S, used in what the company calls "Ludicrous mode," can go from 0 to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 2.5 seconds, the company said in a statement.

The company revealed that the only commercial cars on the planet that can beat the Tesla Model S, the LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder, each cost about $1 million and are "tiny" two-seater roadsters. Neither was built for the masses and neither is currently being produced.

Technology, especially in the face of the rapidly increasing population, helps us in utilizing the Earth’s resources more efficiently. But on the other hand, there are negative effects of technology lingering in our lives.

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