The Pininfarina Battista is significantly more expensive than the Tesla Model S.
If you thought the car that could go faster than the Tesla Model S Plaid must be a supercar, you’re right. One of his top three cars on iSeeCars’ “Fastest Electric Cars” list is the Pininfarina Battista, a supercar worth $2.2 million. Accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.8 seconds. This is slightly faster than his 1.9 seconds for the Model S Plaid.
But Battista’s other highlights include a four-electric motor set-up, an all-wheel drivetrain and 300 miles of range. If Italian style and power are your thing, this exotic electric supercar has both.
The Rimac Nevera is a Croatian electric supercar.
One look at the Rimac Nevera and it’s easy to guess that it’s fast. how fast? It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 1.85 seconds and has a top speed of 258 mph. This Croatian supercar has a 120 kWh battery pack that not only delivers blistering speed, but also delivers 300 miles of range. That’s impressive considering it’s not only faster than the Tesla Model S Plaid, but weighs 4,800 pounds. However, at $2.5 million, it’s a shame and not as affordable as a Tesla.
The Aspark Owl is one of the fastest all-electric hypercars on the planet.
The fastest car on iSeeCars list is the Aspark Owl. Don’t worry; we haven’t heard either. But this car will definitely catch everyone’s attention based on its hypercar looks. Of course, it has the speed to back it up.
An owl can climb from rest to 60 miles per hour in just 1.69 seconds and reach a top speed of 249 miles per hour. His four electric motors producing 1,984 horsepower and, surprisingly, his carbon fiber body weighing 4,000 pounds allow him to achieve this insane speed. However, that speed and engineering come at a price. Salmon roe? Try it for $4 million. That means you can buy a lot of Tesla Model S Plaids for the same price. However, nothing is faster than this car.
Lucid Air Dream Performance is fast, but not as fast as Tesla
We’ve seen some models that are faster than the Tesla Model S Plaid, but let’s take a look at some that aren’t. The first is the Lucid Air Dream Performance, which is not only fast but also very comfortable. People at iSeeCars love the car’s comfortable cabin and premium design, along with its affordable price of $170,000.
What does that large amount of money get you? In addition to the premium interior and design, the Lucid Air Dream Performance accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in 2.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 168 mph. And with a range of up to 500 miles, it’s even more incredible. The only problem is that it costs $170,000, isn’t as fast as the Model S, and is hard to come by.
Nio EP9 is fast but expensive
Another hypercar you may not have heard of is the Nio EP9. It looks fast, but it’s faster than you think. Accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 2.7 seconds. It’s faster than your average supercar, but slower than the Tesla Model S Plaid. It can also reach a top speed of 217 mph and has a range of 265 miles thanks to its 1,341 hp four-motor powertrain. Here’s the kicker: At a cost of $3.5 million, it’s a dream come true for most electric car enthusiasts.
Electric car faster than Tesla Model S Plaid
As you can see, the Tesla Model S Plaid is the benchmark for fast all-electric cars, but it’s not the fastest. Of course, it might cost ten times more to get something faster, but these cars really exist.