Tesla Model S Plaid has received the Track Package and in this way it becomes faster and better than before. But let’s put aside the Palo Alto “missile” and go to Europe, especially Germany, where there is other worthy competitors such as the Mercedes-AMG EQS, Porsche Taycan and BMW i7.
But which of the three rumored electric sedans is the fastest? The answer to this question comes from the English team of carwowwhich organized a comparison between the latest BMW i7 M50 xDrive, Porsche Taycan Turbo S and Mercedes-AMG EQS 53. The Audi RS e-tron GT is not there, but after all it is a weak cousin of the Taycan, so he could not wish for victory.
There Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 places on the plate two electric motors that generate total power of 658 HP and 950 Nm of torquebut talking about electric cars it is impossible to mention the weight, usually it is important, and in this case the standard indicates 2580 kg.
There Porsche Taycan Turbo S It has two electric motors that drive together 761 HP and 1050 Nm of torque, and for the car from Zuffenhausen the needle leaves “only” 2,295 kg. Finally, there is BMW i7 M50xDrivecurrently the most powerful version available on the English market (in other markets there will be the i7 M70 xDrive) which from its two electric motors draws a combined power of 544 HP and 745 Nmwith a weight of 2640 kg.
The Monaco car is the least powerful and heaviest of the lot, therefore The challenge for victory has narrowed between Mercedes and PorscheSo who will cross the 400m finish line on a wet track? Start the movie and enjoy the challenge.