, 2022-12-10 08:30:00,
This year turned out to be very productive for automakers. From Pininfarina’s fastest car breaking records to the Lucid Air’s astounding 520 miles of electric range and 1200 horsepower, 2022 electric cars have already proved their mettle, and we ponder, “What’s next?”
The onset of electrification has posed a survival challenge for combustion vehicles, as most automakers are convinced that EVs will replace the combustion era. Tesla, as we all know, is the most seasoned player in the EV sector, and its Model S Plaid is one of the fastest cars on the market.
In a recent video published by the Peter Automotive Museum, we see the Tesla Model S Plaid single-handedly decimating some class-leading V12-powered supercars like the Maserati MC12, the legendary Ferrari Enzo, and the soulful Ferrari F12.
Watch the video below and witness how sheer electric power slaughters gasoline-powered beasts!
Watch The Tesla Model S Plaid Overpower All Three Supercars
The Tesla Model S Plaid is stupendously brisk, with three high-performance PSMs working in tandem to produce 1,020 horsepower and 1,050 lb-ft of torque. Tesla claims that the Model S Pledge will hit 60 mph in less than two seconds.
The Maserati MC12, on the other hand, is a hypercar, unlike its electric sedan stalwart. The MC12 gets its power from a 6.0-liter naturally aspirated V12 mill bolted to a six-speed automatic…
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