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特斯拉新车获美权威杂志最高评分(英文)

更新时间:2015-8-31 19:02:40 来源:纽约时报中文网 作者:佚名

摘要:美国权威杂志《消费者报告》近日为特斯拉的S P85D车型打出100分中的103分,这一得分也打破了该杂志汽车评分的历史记录。编辑后被要求调整评分机制,于是将评分调至满分100分,并称汽车“宽敞、奢华、舒适和安静”。这款新车售价为$127,820,也是该杂志所评测过的最昂贵车型。2013年,特斯拉的另一车型获得100分中的99分。

Consumer Reports gave the Tesla Model S P85D sedan its highest score ever for a car, breaking the magazine’s scoring system by initially giving it 103 out of 100. Editors were forced to adjust the scoring system, leaving the electric car with a mere 100 out of 100.

At $127,820, it’s not only the highest-rated but also the most expensive car Consumer Reports has tested. Even if few Americans can afford it, the car remains “an automotive milepost” that is “a powerful statement of American startup ingenuity,” the magazine wrote.

“It’s a combination we’ve never really seen before,” said Jake Fisher, the magazine’s director of automotive testing.

Mr. Fisher praised the car as “roomy, luxurious, comfortable and quiet,” but he took special notice of the P85D’s acceleration while using the car’s “insane mode.” Whereas the original Model S went 0 to 60 miles per hour in 5.6 seconds, the P85D takes just 3.5 seconds, a sensation Mr. Fisher compared to a free fall.

“It’s not even an automotive experience; it’s kind of like being on an amusement-park ride where you’re just catapulted forward,” he said. “It’s almost disorienting, really. It’s not like any other car ever.”

To set the record, the P85D unseated the Model S, also made by Tesla, which scored 99 out of 100 in 2013. The next highest car, the BMW M235i, scored a 98 in 2014.

The 100 score does not mean the car is without warts, Consumer Reports noted, criticizing the interior materials. The Model S was just average in terms of reliability, Mr. Fisher said, and there is no way to judge that yet on the new model. And the typical limitations of electric cars apply, potentially making road trips difficult if quick-charging stations are unavailable.

“It’s not perfect,” Mr. Fisher said. “But in terms of the way the car performs, it’s the closest to perfect we’ve ever seen.”

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