Australian airline Qantas has posted on its YouTube channel a video clip on which the Tesla Model X P100D electric towing vehicle is hauled by a passenger liner Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. The video is filmed on the taxiway of Melbourne airport.
The Tesla Model X P100D is equipped with two electric motors with a total output of 773 horsepower and 967 Nm of torque. They feed from a battery pack with a capacity of 100 kilowatt-hours. The weight of the machine is 2,468 kilograms.
The maximum mass of the Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner is 193 tons, an empty liner weighs 126 tons. On board the aircraft can take up to 290 passengers and 126 thousand liters of fuel. The maximum speed of the liner is 956 kilometers per hour.
Earlier, the head of Tesla Elon Musk, in response to a question about the weight of a mass that could be towed by a crossover, posted a video on its Twitter, where Model X pulled out of the tunnel loaded trucks of a mass of 113.4 tons.
Last spring, two modifications of the Porsche Cayenne – 385-hp S Diesel and 570-horsepower Turbo S – alternately towed one of the largest passenger aircraft in the world Airbus A380. The weight of the liner is about 285 tons.