Two years ago, Consumer Reports got its hands on the original Tesla Model S. It shocked and wowed its way to a record, with a rating of 99, on a 100-point scale. This past spring, Tesla was back for round two as Consumer Reports got their hands on the Model S P85D. Things started off rough — the electronic door handles failed after 2,700 miles of use — but once fixed, the Tesla was back to its old self. According to Automotive News, the P85D set a new high mark with a score of 103 and has forced Consumer Reports to recalibrate its ratings scale.
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