Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous Versus World’s Quickest Supercars – Video


Tesla P90D Compared To World's Quickest Supercars

Tesla P90D Compared To World’s Quickest Supercars

Which of the world’s supercars/hypercars are actually quicker from 0 to 60 MPH than the Tesla Model S P90D in Ludicrous mode?

Well, there is a handful of cars that can beat the P90D to 60 MPH, but most cost substantially more than the Tesla and are far less capable of hauling an entire family cross country.

In this video, you’ll see the cars that are quicker than the Ludicrous Model S (0 to 60 MPH in 2.8 seconds).  What should be evident is that none of the vehicles that can match or beat the Teslas quickness are able to compete with the Model S’ utility.

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10 responses to "Tesla Model S P90D Ludicrous Versus World’s Quickest Supercars – Video"
  1. Jacob says:

    I was hoping to see the cars actually race.

    1. mr. M says:

      i was hoping the same… 🙁

  2. David Murray says:

    Sorry, but this is a lame video. There’s no original content.

    1. Anon says:

      Pssst: It’s not about content. It’s about the CONCEPT of a large 5 Seat Sedan being capable of this level of performance and doing it silently and efficiently. 😉

      I know… Go hug your Prius, if that makes you feel better. 😉

  3. Three Electrics says:

    Another circle jerk here at InsideEVs. If only people buy supercars for the same reason they buy Teslas.

  4. Stimpy says:

    It’s impressive, but what happens when a turn appears in the road?

    1. ZikZak says:

      All of a sudden you have to mess with extra mechanical parts, down-shifting etc.
      And if you have a good torque-vectoring then the curve should not be too much of a problem.

    2. Bert says:

      You are right, then these cars will not have the super-fast traction adjustments and also not the lower center of gravity.

      If the road is in good condition, this should not have much influence, but I think on wet roads this could be noticeable.

      But I haven’t tested this ofcourse, although I would love to test that :p

  5. Anon says:

    Gosh, maybe the front wheels turn?