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Tesla Model 3 lets a BMW 535i eat dust and showcases its insane torque at a traffic light

Tesla Model 3 lets a BMW 535i eat dust and showcases its insane torque at a traffic light



According to LTA, the number of new Teslas in Singapore increased from 8 to 487 from July to Q3, 2021. 

Regardless, the number of Teslas in Singapore remains small and unreported in user-submitted video platforms...until TODAY! 

Warning: The video contains wheel spins, turbo spooling, engine revving, and exhaust burbling


Watch the video here:

The Cars Involved



What Happened?

The "race" took place at Orchard Road, where the BMW 535i (cam car) attempted to chase down a Tesla Model 3 Performance.

Upon the traffic light turning green, you could hear the wheel spin of the BMW 535i as all 300 BHP was sent to the car's rear wheels.

Meanwhile, the Tesla Model 3 Performance was almost silent, apart from the noise coming from its tyres. 

Tesla's instantaneous torque coupled with its All-Wheel Drive and 473 BHP allowed it to gap the BMW 535i within seconds. 

I would say that the Tesla smoked the BMW 535i, but...there isn't any exhaust system on a Tesla. How to smoke when there isn't any smoke?


You could hear the BMW driver laughing to himself in defeat and telling his passenger that his BMW was no match for the Tesla. 

BMW driver Could Not Swallow His Pride

Moments later, both cars met at another traffic light, where they raced again.

Sad to say, it was just a copy-paste of the previous race. 

At this point in time, you just feel so bad for the BMW 535i driver. 


Netizens' Comments


Probably the only thing the BMW can win the Tesla in.


That's some audacity right there.


Funny sia.




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6 hours ago, DOBIEMKZ said:

Well. The Tesla electric motors will degrade much faster.

Don't worry, if the driver got money to buy Model 3 Performance + Drive like that = Sure got money to pay for repair/replacement parts.

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11 hours ago, Windwaver said:

Make so much noise for what? :grin:

Drive performance car sure need to have noise, if not where got shiok?🤣

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