Unremarkable (but surprisingly good) cars: Tesla Model S

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One of the biggest party tricks of the Model S, especially in its P85D dual-motor guise, was the acceleration. For years, the motoring world coveted sports cars like the Porsche 911 Turbo which could achieve once-unthinkable 0-100km/h times. Suddenly, an upstart electric sedan from California could give exotic vehicles like the 911 Turbo a fright, if not outright beat it – with two simple electric motors, versus the complex, twin-turbo, flat-six, doppelkupplung twin-clutch, all-wheel-drive powertrain of the Porsche.

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