As I was watching some popular YouTube videos of P85Ds accelerating faster than Ferraris from 0-60mph, it got me wondering possible solutions to increase the Tesla's performance at higher speeds to keep up with Ferraris even past 60mph. Now, I am far from an engineer, and have almost no knowledge on the mechanics of these complex automobiles so I apologize in advance if my hypothetical solution is totally absurd. I think the reason why Teslas lack the same punch when accelerating at higher speeds is because they only have a single reduction gear while those Ferraris have 6 or 7 gears which allows them to get back in the powerband and ultimately beat the P85D. Instead of using gears which can be pretty cumbersome (I'd imagine waiting for the motor to shift down from 14,000rpm to 1000rpm would take a long time!), why not use the dual motor configuration to fire both motors in an alternating pattern to give you max power at any speed? For example, let's say a hypothetical Tesla had two 400hp motors. When you floor the car, only one of them turns on and starts spinning to the max rpms. But right as the motor is done delivering peak power, the second motor kicks in and delivers its max power as the first motor slows down to prepare to deliver its peak power once the second motor reaches its limits. This configuration might not be the most efficient but maybe it could allow Tesla to keep up with those supercars? Again, pardon my ignorance on the issue.