Tesla Model 3 Performance completely dominates Corvette C7 in drag race


 

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The Tesla Model 3 Performance might not have the Model S P100D’s Ludicrous Mode, but the instant torque from its two all-electric motors is still enough to give the midsized premium sedan the capability to launch like a rocket from a dead stop. This explosive acceleration was recently featured in an in-car video of a Model 3 Performance competing against a Chevrolet Corvette C7 in a standing quarter mile drag race.

 

The Model 3 Performance that competed in the video was not equipped with Tesla’s optional $5,000 Performance Upgrade package, which boosts the electric car’s top speed to 155 mph and adds 20″ Performance Wheels, Michelin Pilot Sport 4S summer tires, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, and aluminum alloy pedals. The owner of the Model 3 Performance is the owner of the Chill Cars YouTube channel, which previously uploaded a video of the Aero Wheels-equipped electric car competing against an Infiniti G35 Coupe.] (Visit source to view media)

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