Move Over Ferrari Here Comes The Insane Tesla P90D

Over the past couple of years, the Tesla P985D has taken on Ferrari, Lamborghini, Challenger Hellcat and many other sports, super cars alike. Is it time that we now take Tesla serious? Speak to just about any proud Tesla P985 owner and they will tell you without question, yes. Can this silent super car really eclipse the world’s fastest? Does Tesla have what it takes to stand against Porsche 911, the ultimate Corvette C7, or even a Ferrari 458 Italia? Most of us shake our heads in doubt, however it’s time that we wake up – Tesla is here and now they have introduced the new, P90D. A recent test by Motor Trend tested the new all-wheel drive P90D goes from a dead stop to 60mph in a mind-warping 2.6 seconds!

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The all-wheel-drive P90D went from a dead stop to 60 miles an hour in a mind-warping 2.6 seconds, according to the magazine. The average family sedan today takes about 8 seconds to do the same.

Ten years ago petrol heads and muscle car devotees had an easy time debating the merits of the best automotive creations of the time: eight cylinders versus twelve; AWD versus FWD and RWD. Now, with the world looking towards greener pastures there are a whole new set of rules defining supercars – Electrification! No, electrical cars are not new, but thanks to Elon Musk and his innovation to the lithium ion battery, Tesla and his launch of the Tesla S P90D have completely redefined the term “electric”.

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Like many skeptics you may attribute this hype to Musk’s sales persona and belief in his product, but having done a lot of research and competed with the silent beast of the future, we are now ready to switch the days of thunder for this sleek steed. This family saloon really does have the credentials needed for the accolade of best supercar of the 21st century, and if you believe this is merely the ravings of a fanatical lunatic, here are five facts that may just convert you.
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With the brazen objective of beating the fabled 627-hp, 6.1-liter V12 Ferrari-humbling McLaren F1 in the 0 to 60MPH sprint stakes, many may be forgiven for thinking that Musk’s team were insane. In the battle between the rocket scientist and the legendry race car designer could Musk come up with an answer to Gordon Murray’s rocketship? How could a five-seat sedan with a trunk the size of a U-haul trailer ever equal the sleek F1 bred Mclaren?
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