The Tesla Model S P100D is a very quick car, and with its latest software update, is capable of cracking the 0-96 km/h sprint in just 2.4 seconds. Now, the company has released a new model – the Model S 100D – that uses the same 100 kWh battery as the Model S P100D, but without the performance tweaks.

As such, the new Model S variant is capable of providing up to 539 km of range (following EPA estimates), a 66 km increase from the Model S 90D, which uses a 90 kWh battery instead. According to Electrek, the Model S 100D now holds the title for the “longest EPA-rated range for zero-emission cars,” beating the Model S P100D, as well as the Toyota Mirai.

The Model S isn’t the only one to benefit from a larger battery, as the Model X range has also been expanded to include a new 100D variant, which is capable of 475 km of range. Similar to the Model S, the Model X 100D does not get a larger high performance electric motor at the rear (standard one instead) to allow for “ludicrous” levels of performance as its P100D siblings.