I was searching for the G Force of the Model 3 acceleration as well as Model S 75D acceleration in Google and couldn't find it. Then I realized that high school physics, kinematics, is all needed! Silly me! You just have to be careful with unit conversion from mph to m/s. For those who are curious how Model 3 accelerates in terms of G force, here it is: V= Vi+at Vi=0 a=V/t = (26.82 m/s) / 3.5s= 7.66 m/s^2 7.66/9.8 ~ -0.78g But many people report they get 3.3. In that case, 8.13 m/s^2 8.13/9.8 ~ 0.83 g 83% of free fall acceleration is pretty impressive! Of course, it is no match against Model S at 2.28s, which gives 1.2g, faster than the free fall. That is just brutal! For those who owns AWD and RWD, it turns out 0.61g (4.5s) and 0.54g (5.1s), respectively Model S 75D/90D (4.2s) gets 0.65g. So AWD Model 3 and Model 75D/90D would be roughly feeling the similar acceleration. And Performance 3 and P85D (3.2s) may also be similar acceleration. And finally, the Roadster 2020(1.9s) will get 1.44g. Speechless. I never thought I would use high school physics in real life!