Two test drivers ... a Tesla Model X ... a Jaguar I-Pace ... the Autobahn. Who could really ask for more here? Give it a watch.
In this video, we see how a Tesla Model S P100D performs an exorcism on a pair of Dodge Demons. It's a clash of two different worlds.
Let's marry three hugely popular automakers into one beastly EV! Take a Honda S2000, Chevy Volt batteries, a Tesla Model S P100D motor, and ...
When the Tesla Model 3 arrived, few people expected it to be a speed demon or a track star. It turns out the car is fantastic and the performance version is...
GM's Holden presents probably the most groundbreaking concept racing electric vehicle that we've ever seen, the Holden Time Attack Concept Racer.
On paper, the electric RS3 is far superior to the Lamborghini and Porsche, besting them 540 hp and 480 hp, respectively, and the power difference is noticeable.
The Tesla Model X in P100D trim is a mighty, mighty beast, but can it handle a race-red Ferrari 812 Superfast over the 1/4 mile?
Fitted with some new wheels and the right set of tires, this Tesla Model 3 Performance lays down a new 0 to 60 MPH record.
This time Tesla's big guy takes on its little guy. Then, the Tesla Model 3 Performance faces off against a retro, drag strip ready Ford Falcon.
This drag race video presents a Tesla Model X P100D in a battle against cars such as the Dodge Challenger Hellcat, Dodge Charger Scat Pack and more.
We don't get to showcase the crazy acceleration of the Tesla Model X P100D often enough since its siblings tend to steal its thunder.
The video is taken at the Moorseville Dragway where the driver faced stiff competition, battling supercharged V8 American Muscle cars with surprising results.
We finally get to see more footage of the Tesla Model 3 at the track, and we don't mean the drag strip. This Mustang GT can't seem to catch up.
By now, the world knows the Tesla Model 3 Performance is lightning quick. It dusted a BMW M3 just the other day. But did you know it's this quick?
This time the Tesla Model 3 Performance faces off against the perfect rival. It also gets a chance to race several other worthy competitors.
Watch the Tesla Model 3 take on the car it was created to compete against.
On paper, all three cars have virtually identical times to 100 km/h (62 mph) but as everyone knows, bench racing doesn’t automatically transfer to real life.
Thanks to an ECU tune, this BMW i8 outputs 390 horsepower. Watch it race vehicles such as the Porsche 996 Turbo, BMW M3, Chevy Corvette and more.
It's a rarity these days to see the Tesla Roadster in a race. However, it's becoming commonplace for the Tesla Model 3 Performance.