Brushed metal trim is now matte black.
Cabin noise appears to sound significantly better with far less vibrations.
New Performance Raven is 6% more efficient than the 75D even though it weighs ~300 pounds more and has over than 250 more horsepower.
Suspension design appears to be noticeably different.
Suspension now changes automatically, whereas before you had to either manually adjust it or set the speed it would lower to. It was difficult for me to tell but I asked Eli Burton from My Tesla Adventure and he said it appears to adapt both by speed and type of road you’re driving on.
According to the Suspension screen, has three settings Always, Never, and Standard. Always will keep right height at low, Never will keep ride height at Standard, and Standard will allow suspension to pivot between Standard and Low to “balance ride comfort and energy usage.”
When testing the efficiency, the Performance Raven was ~6% more efficient over a 14 mile sample despite being heavier.
Special thanks to Aaron for donating his time and car for this video.