Tesla has just announced a new P100D version of it’s pure electric Model S sedan claiming it to be the world’s quickest production car. It packs a more powerful 100kWh battery pack and can apparently launch it from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds. The P100D option is available for those who have ordered the Model S but not yet taken delivery. It will cost buyers an additional $10,000. The new bigger battery pack also increases the driving range to an EPA-estimated 315 miles and 613km on the EU cycle, making it the company’s first model to go beyond the 300-mile mark and the longest-range production electric vehicle on the market.