The upgraded Tesla Model S, called the Foursixteen, features improved aerodynamics, a cup holder and other upgrades. The upgrades allow the car to go zero to 60 mph in a little over 4 seconds. It has the horsepower as the original Model S, but an 11.39:1 final gear ratio gives it a speed boost, reports TechCrunch.
The inside of the upgraded Tesla Model S also makes changes to the normal seats. The Foursixteen includes the two front seats and two bucket seats in the back. This differs from the bench seat and two rear-facing seats found in the normal Model S, Tech Crunch notes.
The Foursixteen starts at $152,000 and can reach up to roughly $175,000. These upgraded Model S vehicles are available in 12 custom colors.