The Model X Plaid is a hooligan equipped with quick power delivery, and it is not for those who are easily discouraged. It is incredible to witness the electric SUV reach 60 miles per hour in almost 2.5 seconds,

especially considering that it weighs more than 5,000 pounds. If you watch the video from the beginning, you will see this. If you have ever wondered how the Model X Plaid performs when the Drag Strip mode is not used, the answer is that it still exceeds the bulk of ICE-powered supercars

that cost three times as much as the Model X Plaid. The driver tested this electric SUV without utilizing the Drag Strip mode, and it achieved 60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds. When the Model X Plaid is in Drag Strip mode, it assumes the "Cheetah Stance," which lowers the front suspension for the best possible aerodynamics. This provides the highest potential performance

Finally, the Model X Plaid is capable of hitting 60 miles per hour in just 2.7 seconds, making it a hypercar in terms of acceleration. Because the Autobahn does not have a surface that has been prepared in the same way that a drag strip does, it could have been faster. Furthermore

the Model X Plaid is capable of picking up speed very rapidly, reaching the quarter-mile mark in an only ten seconds. It took 5.49 seconds to get from 60 miles

per hour to 130 miles per hour. Even if it is ridiculously speedy, the Model X Plaid is not nearly as quick as it claims to be. This is something that cannot be denied. The maximum speed of this massive and substantial SUV is 168 miles per hour, which is a reasonable number considering that electric vehicles are not speed demons.