Tesla Model S Plaid in Europe Gets Up to 200 mph Top Speed and Tow Hitch

Photo: TTF Forum user Buzzart (via Tesla_Adri)

The first known Tesla Model S Plaid with a tow hitch has gained its Certificate of Conformity (CoC) and registration papers in Europe, as spotted by @Tesla_Adri in the German forum TFF.

One user in the forum shared pages one and two of the CoC, including specifications like the Model S Plaid’s length, wheelbase and door configuration.

The CoC papers also show that the Model S Plaid is rated for up to 300 kilometers per hour (~186mph), and it’s set to come standard with the tow hitch.

The bottom of the document says the Model S Plaid in Europe can go up to 322 km/h (200 mph) with Tesla’s optional Carbon Ceramic Brake Kit, which costs an extra $20,000 USD and is coming this fall.

The tow hitch is rated with a 100-kilogram vertical mass for up to 1,600kg of trailer weight.

The registration papers for the Model S Plaid were shared by another user, who pointed out that the electric vehicle (EV) is rated for up to 239 kilowatts of power.

The CoC is dated October 21 from Tesla’s factory in Fremont, California while the registration papers are signed from the company’s Palo Alto, California office and dated November 14.

The news comes just a month after a report showed that the first Tesla Model S and X Plaid deliveries with would be headed to Europe in November.

The delivery plans seem on track for past predictions from June 2021 that the Model