Now the Tesla has so much to commend itself... The touchscreen and all the associated tech The autopilot The auto park The air suspension with GPS Free fuel superchargers and full tank each morning from home etc The internet, spotify, tunein etc... The comfort The sound system The space - internal plus boot and bonnet The panoramic roof Auto high beam, cornering lights, cool LEDs The app and all that it can do Self locking . . the list goes on and on... BUT after driving the car now for more than a year, the one thing that is forever appreciated with each and every single drive - without fail - is the instant torque from the electric motors! In my view - this is the least spoken about feature - but the one single biggest feature that makes the feel of the electric car so different to ICE cars and is noticed every single time you put your foot on the pedal. The times that you appreciate it, consciously or unconsciously, are as numerous as the above features... Safely wishing to traverse a roundabout before yonder ICE car needs to slow Safely wishing to traverse a stop sign whilst other cars are in sight Overtaking ease Changing lanes with ease Making the amber light Launch mode Cruising with potency mode (ok that potency quip applies even with the car parked in a garage....ie just knowing the car hops when you want it to hop but yes it applies at cruising speeds as well) ...anyway you get my point, the list goes on and on And of course from there you can widen the feature to regen decel as well as dual motor traction etc... But I do not wish to detract from the point that I was making... IN FACT if any of you hard core Tesla fans were ever forced to drive an ICE car again say for a week, I bet that the single biggest unpleasant feature that you would be forced to endure in driving it would be the loss of the instant torque from the electric motor... Now tell me I'm wrong!