Tesla Model S with added electric shock treatments.
Following various rumors and teasers, American manufacturer and performance outfitter, Saleen, has just whisked the covers from its 2015 Foursixteen, the company's ultra-luxury, high-performance rendition of the Tesla Model S P85. Saleen's version of the car gains a host of exterior upgrades designed to lux-up its look and offer improved aerodynamic abilities. It is also reworked to offer significant, but yet unspecified, performance upgrades.
Visually, the Foursixteen differs from the Model S thanks to a new bumper, a V-shaped hood and a new rear fascia, including a prominent spoiler and carbon-fiber diffuser. Underneath its sleek exterior, a revised suspension with new coilovers and new S4 sway bars offers optional adjustable settings for road and track use, and a locking rear differential offers quicker accelerations. New aluminum brakes and optional carbon-ceramic ones will help stop this electric powerhouse. The Foursixteen gains a new interior with sport seats, and starts at $152,000 – still qualifying for the same tax credits as the Model S.