A Tesla Model X Dual Engine Performance (formerly named P100D) recently competed in a quarter-mile race against one of the most impressive gas-powered SUVs on the market: the loud, growling Lamborghini Urus. During the fast race, the "Raven" X model has once again proven that it takes far more than an aggressive exterior and a loud engine to hit a fully electric vehicle that is designed from the ground up to be incredibly fast in a straight line.
Even before Tesla released the "Raven" update for the Model X, the vehicle was already quite a monster in the drag line, especially in the quarter mile. Despite his reign as quarter mile king among the SUVs, there were still cases where the X model was defeated by the Lamborghini Urus, a crossover monster with supercar DNA flowing through every part of his being.
Lamborghini is also considered quite radical in the supercar elite of the automotive industry, and the Italian automaker has certainly not disappointed the Urus. The beast of an SUV is equipped with a 4.0-liter twin-turbo engine that delivers 641
Earlier races between the two SUVs were intense for a reason. While the 2.9-second time of the Model X between 0 and 60 miles per hour surpasses the 3.4-second time of the Urus, the Lamborghini can rev up incredibly fast. Some races, such as those of Carwow ended with a win of the Model X P100D in the quarter mile. Others, such as YouTube's DragTimes showed the gas-powered SUV defeating its all-electric opponent. Unfortunately, for the Urus, his opponent was not an ordinary Model X this time. This time around, Brooks collected DragTimes a pair of Model X dual engine performance units, both with Tesla's "Raven" updates completely new and highly efficient powertrain design as well as a new adaptive suspension. These updates allow the Model X to reach 325 miles with a single charge and exert a bit more pressure on the performance variant of the vehicle.
How did the race go between these two incredibly fast SUVs? With the "Raven" updates, the model X actually seems to be a bit too much for the Lamborghini Urus to handle. During a fight with a well-packaged Model X and the Urus, the all-electric SUV humbled its counterpart to the burn. From the line the model shot off X and moved on from there.
At the end of the race, Model X Performance dropped the quarter-mile in 11.24 seconds at 119.86 mph, while the Lamborghini Urus finished the race in 12.22 seconds at 115.31 mph. Even during another race with another Raven Model X, for which the launch mode was not activated, and the Lamborghini, it appeared that the all-electric SUV was actually launched on the Urus during a run and became . something that has rarely happened in the past.
Watch a "Raven" Tesla Model X twin-engine battle against a Lamborghini Urus in the following video.