Even though I don't like Elon's attitude, I gotta say that this car is impressive. It rivals the sf90 on a straight line and on the track it seems to have a decent level of agility (on Motortrend it's 0.1s faster then the Taycan, and pretty close to the M5). Sure, the good laptime is also due to its insane acceleration, but on Motortrend agility matters, and 23.5s is a good laptime nonetheless. I think that on most tracks this car will be very fast, thanks to its acceleration. I am curious to see how fast. It should beat the Taycan Turbo S, and probably the AMG gt63s and the M5 cs as well. It should beat a 992 Carrera S (which is as fast as m5cs basically). The question is how it will do compared to actual supercars like the 992 Turbo S, the Huracan Evo, the f8 Tributo, the 720s. With that kind of acceleration it might put up a good fight (although I think that those cars will be hard to beat on a track). On a straight line though it's nearly unbeatable. For the price (and the level of practicality) there's nothing quite like it. Tesla is basically making hypercar performances available to the mainstream public, without sacrificing practicality. However... I think that other manufacturers can fill the gap. All that Porsche needs to do is give the Taycan Turbo S 300 additional hp (without making the price any higher than it already is) and Porsche will be competitive again. It just needs bigger batteries. The chassis is already up the task (until the Roadster comes out at least).