As driver Alex Brown shows, an experienced drifter can get quite a lot out of Tesla’s Model 3 Performance.Aug 9, 2020
Under 5 seconds
- Jaguar I-Pace: 4.5 seconds.
- Polestar 2: 4.45 seconds.
- Porsche Taycan 4S: 3.8 seconds.
- Tesla Model X Performance: 3.8 seconds.
- Ford Mustang Mach-E GT Performance Edition: 3.5 seconds.
- Audi RS e-tron GT: 3.1 seconds.
- Tesla Model 3 Performance: 3.1 seconds.
- Porsche Taycan Turbo: 3 seconds.
So, what does that mean? A Camaro ZL1 will lap the Nurburgring 10 seconds faster than a Hellcat, and I'm talking with that stock 6.2-liter V8. So, if you add some goodies under the hood, you can expect that time to go down even further. Plus, the ZL1 beats the hell out of the Hellcat in price.Apr 4, 2021
You may be surprised to learn neither car won it all. The Tesla managed to use its grip and instant power to just barely edge out the Corvette from 0-60. On our cold track day here in Colorado, the Tesla managed 3.93 seconds while the Corvette ran 4.17 seconds.Oct 21, 2020
While the single-motor truck has rear-wheel drive, the two- and three-motor models have all-wheel drive. Tesla claims it'll go from zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds and top out at 110 mph. The dual-motor Cybertruck will reportedly reach 60 mph in just 4.5 ticks and have a top speed of 120 mph.Aug 9, 2021
Which One is Right for Me? In every way that likely matters to electric car buyers, the 2021 Tesla Model Y is the clear winner here, with significantly longer range, better fuel economy, and in practical terms, more cargo space. It's also significantly cheaper than the 2021 Audi e-tron.Apr 27, 2021
Because Tesla cars are all-electric, they do not consume greenhouse gas-emitting gasoline and do not directly create carbon dioxide. In addition, Tesla cars are high performance. The Model S can cruise for over 400 miles on a full charge, and recharging is a user-friendly task.