‘Tesla Hacker’ building a 1,000hp electric car using Tesla drivetrain and Chevy Volt batteries — Electrek

When Jason Hughes, best known as the ‘Tesla Hacker’ who first spotted the upcoming 100 kWh battery pack in the Model S’ OS, retrofitted a classic Tesla Model S P85 with an entire Autopilot hardware suite, something Tesla itself refuses to do because of the cost and complexity, we thought we just witnessed the apogee…

via ‘Tesla Hacker’ building a 1,000hp electric car using Tesla drivetrain and Chevy Volt batteries — Electrek

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