Same as Ferrari. The first 30 seconds seems unbeatable by ICE engines according to Motor Trend. The P85D takes 0.83 seconds to hit 24 mph and 1.2 seconds to reach 33 mph. They clocked the full 0-to-60 run at 3.1 seconds, a tenth of a second quicker than Tesla’s own number.
And it seats 7.
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