It takes a downhill stretch to get there, but the three-row EV does it.
We start this brief article with a question to you, Motor1.com reader. Do you differentiate between quick and fast? It’s a legitimate question because some people see them as one and the same. Others – your author included – understand that fast defines ultimate speed, while quick defines how long it takes to get there.
That’s noteworthy in the world of Tesla, because the world knows these electric cars are seriously quick. The Model X P100D featured in this new video from TopSpeedGermany can hustle to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds, which either matches or beats most every hypercar on the planet. That’s not bad for anything, never mind a sizable SUV that can carry six people. But does that acceleration also lead to a blisteringly fast top speed? For the full story and video, check out this article from Motor 1.