Motortrend just released the results of their tests for fastest electric car. They tested EVs in order to see which one has the fastest acceleration. The Tesla Model S Plaid, came out in the number one spot. Here’s what MotorTrend had to say, and here’s how the other competitors stacked up.
2021 Tesla Model S Plaid: 0-60 MPH in 2.3 Seconds
“The 2021 Tesla Model S Plaid is the fastest EV, and the fastest car for that matter, we’ve ever tested in 0-60 acceleration, despite the drama surrounding getting data that matched the standard conditions of our other instrumented tests.
How does a Tesla Model S Plaid accelerate so fast?
It’s fitted with three extraordinarily efficient and powerful electric motors, all-wheel drive thanks to those motors with two at the rear to further bolster the power shove, and an advanced traction control system that interacts seamlessly with said electric motors.
Add it all up, and you get a monstrous 1,020 horsepower and 1,050 ft-lb of torque.
When experiencing the acceleration of a Plaid, it’s abundantly clear that virtually the only force you feel is the Tesla’s seatback hurling you forward to a degree that genuinely makes the horizon the floor.
Except that floor is rushing up at you far faster than any free fall ever could.” – Motortrend
The 5 Fastest Electric Cars From 0-60 MPH – Motortrend January 2023
You can read more about Tesla’s Plaid Model S on their website here.
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