Unplugged Performance (UP) continues to make a splash, delivering increasingly impressive results in its Tesla car customizations. This is a company specialized in improving the performance and aerodynamics of electric cars, having already been told that Elon Musk could end up “absorbing” the company for Tesla’s staff.
His most recent creation, Tesla Model 3 Ascension. it was completed in just one week based on a Tesla Model 3 Performance just delivered by the manufacturer. During that week, changes were made to its chassis, suspension, tires, wheels and brakes.
The whole process was completed in record time, which is easily noticeable in the visual aspect of the car, as they did not have time to finish their painting. This is because, the big goal was to be able to bring the car to the Buttonwillow track, where Unplugged Performance would hold another Tesla Corsa event.
The results are in sight, with the Tesla Model 3 Ascension managing to beat the fastest time ever on the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, UP’s main rival. The Model 3 Ascension achieved a time of just 1: 54.266.
Unplugged Performance wants to destroy the Porsche 911 GT3 RS with a super Tesla Model 3
The comparison of the results of the Model 3 Ascension with the Porsche 911 GT3 RS is very easy to explain. UP’s big goal is to be able to create a Tesla Model 3 Performance capable of offering superior performance to the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, costing half the price.
Although the complete package is not officially available to its customers, everything indicates that the company is on track to achieve its goal. Currently, the materials used and modifications made to the Tesla Model 3 Performance cost about $ 35,000, putting the total value of the car below half the price of the Porsche.
However, the big challenge for the Tesla Model 3 Ascension will be next month, when they compete in the mythical Pikes Peak Hill Climb. Randy Pobst will be the pilot to take on the responsibility of breaking the records desired by Unplugged Performance.
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