We do not believe that a car intended for highways should accelerate to superfast speeds. It is simply not necessary. At the same time, we disagree with people who say 0 to 60 mph is useless. They argue that maximum speed and longevity are more important. This may be the case if you are using your car as a racing car or challenging others on a drag track. If you abide by the laws in most places during daily driving, the 0-60 scale is the only scale that you should test.
Regardless of how you feel about fast cars, fast cars, and performance measures, the fact that Tesla Model S and Porsche Taycan are two of the fastest cars ever produced is evidence of complete electrical systems. These two electric cars are accelerating faster than any other car available today. According to Autocar, it is only surpassed by the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon and Ultima Evolution Coupé. Sure, some will argue that the old electric Tesla or the new Porsche EV can beat 2.3 seconds of these cars to finish first, but Autocar depends on the official specifications of the manufacturers.
Another interesting conclusion from Autocar’s list of the world’s fastest growing cars is that Porsche has several cars on the list, including the legendary 911 and 918 Spyder. However, Taycan is ahead of others. Not to mention that the list consists of cars such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Hennessy, Bugatti, Rimac and Koenigsegg. At the very least, these are not regular daily drivers. Although the S and Taycan models are not cheap cars, they certainly belong to a different category from the latest cars.