Just got my Model 3 this past weekend and noticed an interest dynamic concerning its acceleration. Basically instead of outputting full torque at 0, the car feels artificially slowed / limited in the first half seconds or so. I have owned / driven both AWD and older RWD Model S cars and never experienced that. One thing I have read / seen is that a few months ago, several reviewers measured real world RWD 0-60 in the mid 4's but then later reviews are all at 5.1. So I assume Tesla software-limited acceleration? Is that what happened? If so, it's kind of ridiculous to limit performance at the place where EVs shine the most, at the get-go... If they really want to limit it in order to sell more AWDs for now, maybe slightly slow down the acceleration after 40mph instead. If the software limit is true, I hope they remove it some months down the line like they did for the Model S 75s. It's annoying to feel something basically like a turbo lag when the biggest driving dynamic advantage of an EV is its instant torque.