TESLA OWNER THOUGHT HIS CAR WAS FASTER THAN A SUPERCHARGED HURACAN!
If there’s one group of cars that has really done a good job of impressing us lately, I would have to say that it’s definitely the Tesla nameplate that has snuck up and really given other brands a run for their money. Sure, originally, the idea might have been to get the best economical ride possible but somewhere along the way, these cars have evolved into much more than that, not only offering up unlimited fuel economy as they run completely on electric but also, bringing some top-notch performance to the racing scene, really taking people off guard as they blast their way to the front of the pack.
In this one, we take a long ride with Vehicle Virgins as they meet up with the owner of a Tesla Model X, getting together to talk a little bit about the recent revelations of Tesla and what they will soon be bringing to the market along with doing a little bit of comparison between the electric SUV and none other than a supercharged Lamborghini Huracan. It certainly makes for an interesting conversation and also a race that is equally as interesting if not more so. It’s pretty wild to watch as a vehicle like an electric SUV is even in the conversation with the Huracan, let alone a supercharged one!
Follow along with the video below as we get the rundown on what Tesla has been up to recently, outlining several of the recent accomplishments and releases that promised to make this company even bigger in 2018. After chasing along with this race, be sure to tell us what you think of this match up that put two unlikely competitors next one another and ended up with some interesting results, to say the least. It’ll be interesting to see how Tesla’s new roadster ends up panning out when it ends up in racing situations like this!
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