Tesla Model X Creates A New Guinness World Record By Towing Qantas Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner - Watch Video
Tesla Model X Qantas (Photo Credit: electrek.co)

Tesla, a popular American electric car maker is well known for achieving something extraordinary. And, one such extraordinary stunt performed by Tesla's Model X P100D wherein it created a new Guineness World Record for the heaviest tow by an electric production passenger vehicle for towing a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Read More: Tesla Recalls Model S Cars Due to Snag in Steering Component, Shares of Elon Musk's Company Plunge

Built with just 5000-lb rated capacity, Tesla's Model X is the only electric passenger vehicle with the highest towing capacity currently offered in the market. However, many users car making attempts to push the capacity of the vehicle.

Previously, a video surfaced on the internet wherein Tesla Model X driver showed up to help the truck stuck on a snowy road in the region of Raleigh, North Carolina. Read More: Check Where Exactly is Elon Musk's Red Tesla Roadster in Space, when it will fall on Earth With the Help of Whereisroadster.com

Moreover, Bjorn Nyland, a Norwegian owner of Model X also has performed several towing stunts on Model X which includes pulling a 95,000-lb of semi-truck in the snow.

Tesla Model X Qantas (Photo Credit: electrek.co)

Now, Australian Airway has officially tested the capacity of the Tesla Model X by towing a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner at a remote taxiway at Melbourne Airport.

Inside the cabin, the SUV comes with 17-inch touchscreen display, LED ambient lighting, centre arm rest, onboard maps and navigation, voice activated controls, backup camera, auto dimming mirrors and much more.

Tesla Model X Qantas (Photo Credit: electrek.co)

As far as the technical specifications are concerned, the Tesla Model X is claimed to proffer electric range of 295 miles along with 30mins to charge for 170 miles at any supercharge location. The vehicle is claimed to hit the 100 kmph from 0 in just 2.9 seconds.