Autos towing planes isn't generally out-of-the-box considering. Most petrol heads will recall the Volkswagen Touareg V10 TDI, which made very blend when it towed a Boeing 747, in 2006. Given the enormous scope this occasion got, other auto marks soon entered the shred to oust the record set by the Touareg. Nissan figured out how to pull a gigantic 170-ton payload plane to set another record in 2013. The Germans struck back with the Porsche Cayenne S Diesel a year ago, which pulled a 285-ton Airbus A380 for a noteworthy 73 meters. Truth be told, a year ago a video became a web sensation demonstrating a Tata Hexa towing a Boeing 737-800.
Electric Vehicle mark Tesla has now jumped onto the auto towing-planes temporary fad. The Tesla Model X P100D towed a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at a runway in Melbourne Airport at a reputation occasion by Australian plane carrying warship Qantas. The Model X P100D figured out how to pull the monster air ship very nearly 300m. As per Qantas, this was the main event that a creation electric auto has ever towed a traveller air ship. Tesla additionally set another Guinness World Record for the heaviest tow (130 tons) by an electric generation auto.
EVs are famous for their gigantic torque figures and the way that this capability is accessible at a tap of the quickening agent, not at all like traditional inward burning motors. The Tesla Model X P100D's electric engine creates an amazing 1,072Nm of torque. In examination, the VW Touareg V10 TDI has a torque rating of 750Nm, while the record-setting Porsche Cayenne S Diesel's V8 engine produces 850Nm of pinnacle torque.