The first modifications likely included the humongous diffuser sported by the blue prototype our spy photographers snapped last week, but Tesla's Green Hell odyssey doesn't look like it has an immediate ending.
Today, we bring you the same blue prototype as last week, but this time its giant aerodynamic diffuser is paired with a ginormous rear wing and an almost equally large front lip. By the way, if you're wondering why Tesla seems to have poured all its testing resources into the blue car and left the other prototype alone it's because the red Model S was almost totaled on the same track just a few days ago.
The addition of so many aerodynamic aids after already achieving the feat of beating Porsche can only mean one thing: the Plaid drivetrain is simply too monstrously powerful for the car to safely attack the corners of the Nurburgring at the highest speed possible.
It's pretty unlikely, though, unless Tesla is now actively chasing the road-legal car record around the Nordschleife, currently being held by the Lamborghini Aventador LP-770-4 SVJ, with a 6:44.97 minutes lap time.
That would also mean that Tesla would have to build at least a limited number of road cars based on the prototype, and most of the modifications do look production-ready, save for maybe the giant wing.
That said, if Tesla would ever announce a one-make racing series we wouldn't be surprised if the cars would look pretty much like this Plaid prototype.