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Tesla Model X SUV Smokes Lamborghini Aventador (Video)

For just a bit of late-night fun, highlighting once again the inherent advantages of electric cars and how much Tesla maximizes those, here’s a video of a large Tesla Model X SUV smoking a Lamborghini Aventador on the track:

For just a bit of late-night fun, highlighting once again the inherent advantages of electric cars and how much Tesla maximizes those, here’s a video of a large Tesla Model X SUV smoking a Lamborghini Aventador on the track:

In case you’re not up to speed on this topic (see what I did there?), note that the Tesla Model X is indeed the quickest SUV in the world (by far) and is one of the 30 quickest production vehicles in history. Most of the vehicles on that list cost a ton of money — like, a million dollars or more — and were actually produced in quite low quantities. The Aventador and Model X are indeed neck and neck on that list — 0.1 seconds apart in terms of their best 0–60 mph times.

Just to emphasize the point once more, if you look at that list, you can see the Model X beats Ferraris, McLarens, Porsches, and the quickest Mercedes ever produced.

The #1 car on the list is the Porsche 918 Spyder — only 918 of them were produced and each of them cost a fortune. The plug-in hybrid is hard to beat, but #2 on the list, the Tesla Model S P100D, is just 0.08 seconds behind the 918 Spyder, is tremendously cheaper, and is a large sedan that you can pack with people and cargo. Wait till the Tesla Roadster 2 comes out. …

 
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