Tesla Model S Plaid: the detail that did not go unnoticed in test video

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Last January, Tesla announced the new models of the Model X and Model S lines. The latter, in its Plaid version, is the fastest commercial vehicle ever, capable of reaching from 0 to 100 km / h in less 2 seconds.

Tesla has now unveiled video tests on the new Model S Plaid. And in the short video of just 6 seconds where the tram appears to “walk” in adverse weather conditions, a detail jumped out to the most attentive view.

Tesla Model S Plaid appeared on video with traditional steering wheel

At first glance it seems to be just the Model S Plaid being tested with its three engines. However, it does not appear in the video with the steering wheel that divided the brand's fans when it was introduced.

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Recall that the Model S Plaid was presented with the U-shaped steering wheel, similar to the Tesla Roadster. But in this video, the car appears with a traditional steering wheel.

As Electrek reveals, there were users who previously managed to find images of the new Model S Plaid in the Tesla website code, with the aforementioned traditional steering wheel.

Image allegedly found in the Tesla website code.  Credit: The Electrek
Image allegedly found in the Tesla website code. Credit: The Electrek

Rumors immediately emerged that Tesla would launch the traditional steering wheel option for these models. This video confirms its existence, and stays on the table that will be an option.

Still without a possible launch date in UK, the Tesla Model S Plaid will be launched in the United States with a base price of 120 thousand dollars.

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