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I raced a new Acura NSX with my Model 3

Nice. No time slips?
I'm car 900. Here are 2 races against the NSX and 1 of my best for the night. Full interior, including my son's booster seat in the trunk.
 

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gaswalla

Model S,3,X.. CT with Austin delivery
Sep 23, 2012
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The NSX starts at 158k
it should slightly beat a Performance Model 3 with
0-60 2.9s, 0-100 7.5s, and 1/4 mile at 11.4 sec.
Driver ability is much more of a factor in the NSX vs a 3
But, even if the right driver is found, and they can beat the 3 at the track, it would be a small margin of victory for a car that is 100k more expensive with significant less space and practicality
 

holmgang

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The NSX starts at 158k
it should slightly beat a Performance Model 3 with
0-60 2.9s, 0-100 7.5s, and 1/4 mile at 11.4 sec.
Driver ability is much more of a factor in the NSX vs a 3
But, even if the right driver is found, and they can beat the 3 at the track, it would be a small margin of victory for a car that is 100k more expensive with significant less space and practicality

That would be relevant to bring up if the 100k was dedicated towards going fast in a straight line.
 
The NSX starts at 158k
it should slightly beat a Performance Model 3 with
0-60 2.9s, 0-100 7.5s, and 1/4 mile at 11.4 sec.
Driver ability is much more of a factor in the NSX vs a 3
But, even if the right driver is found, and they can beat the 3 at the track, it would be a small margin of victory for a car that is 100k more expensive with significant less space and practicality
Those stats are under ideal conditions with a paid or professional driver. This race was in the real world at elevation (around 3,500ft) with normal people driving. Not many cars can hit their performance specs with regular drivers as consistently as a Tesla.
 

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