...until you drive an ICE again. I had to take my wife's QX56 Infiniti to the dealer, so they gave me a Q50 loaner car. It is marketed as a "sports sedan". At the end of the day, I was anxious to get this ICE back to the dealer, so I pushed it a bit around my neighborhood streets which are semi rural single lane twisty roads. It didn't take long for me to feel that the car wasn't as stable as it should have been around those curves, so I let go of the accelerator, and used the brakes to slow down (which I rarely need to do in my Tesla, of course, because of regen). Darned if the back end didn't fish tail out from me. I immediately let go of the brake, which straightened the car out, but I was still going too fast for the curves, so I touched the brakes again, and once again another back end dive to one side. By this time, there was an on coming car in the other lane, so I had to let go of the brake once again and just pray the car was stable enough and had slowed down enough for the curve. It worked out ok in the end (ie. I did t crash), but geez, what a crappy car. Gave me renewed respect for how dynamically stable the Model S is.