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Tesla Model S & Porsche Taycan Among Quickest Cars Ever Produced

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TMC Staff

May 19, 2017
This definitely says something grand about all-electric powertrains. We’ll start by saying that we don’t believe any car that’s intended to be driven on public roads should accelerate at supercar speeds. It’s simply unnecessary. However, at the same time, we disagree with people who say the zero-to-60-mph metric is useless. They argue that top speed...
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I would like to remind that for highway safety, when overtaking on two lane highways (especially if there is any long truck traffic), acceleration 45 mph - 80 mph (70kph - 130kph) is gathers importance, too. Tesla Plaid models is expected to address these concerns nicely, as long as they don't compromise on range with impractical wheel choices.