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Let’s say 2.3, 2.4, and 2.5 seconds—all three warp-drive ahead of the 3.2 seconds we’ve recorded for the quickest piston-flailing five-seat sedan in our tested-performance list, an Audi RS7 from 2014.

You don’t want rearward weight transfer anymore—in fact, now it’s the enemy of ideal.

Remember those “it’s nothing but a glorified golf cart” days?

The sun set on that like a dropped bunker-buster bomb with Tesla’s original Roadster, which in our hands Errrr EEEEEed to 60 mph in an astonishing 3.7 seconds.

But this certainly makes for a clearer, more empirical picture of performance. The P100D captures a combined time of 10.2 seconds—that’s 6.0 seconds to 100 mph and 4.2 more to stop again. Here it is below, listed in the context of cars we’ve similarly tested during the past few years: Notice that you have to scan all the way down to the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio before you encounter the next five-seat sedan—and that’s 2.1 seconds slower and 1,142 pounds lighter.