• Oct 10, 2012
The drag strip is perhaps the perfect place for an electric car to show off its muscle. After all, electric motors provide instant torque off the line and there's certainly no range anxiety over such a short distance. In fact, we've seen firsthand how well a custom-built electric dragster can fair on the strip. But what about a non-modified sports-EV like the Tesla's Model S?

Automobile Magazine decided to find out by pitting a stock Model S Performance against a BMW M5. Check out the results in the video below:



[Source: Automobile]


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      • 3 Days Ago
      um look at the shaky start the m5 had...
        • 3 Days Ago
        lol, you know nothing about evs right? every ICE vehicle will seem to have a shaky start against the model s cause the model s generates maximum torque at 0rpm.