The high-performance EV circled the course in 7:30.9, 12 seconds faster than the Porsche Taycan Turbo.
The CEO made the announcement on Wednesday via Twitter, attributing the EV’s third delay to supply chain shortages.
But was the result ever really in doubt?
The Tesla CEO says a prototype of the humanoid robots should arrive “sometime next year.”
The small print on the vehicle’s pre-order page states that production won’t start until next year.
It’s fun to watch two 1,000 hp speed demons rocketing down the track.
The EV maker has delivered on the promises it made when announcing the high-performance variant.
The $135,000 camper shell includes solar panels and a climate control system.
One car appeared to reach an impressive 116 mph.