Duel of gas monsters and electric crossover Tesla Model XDecember 24, 2019
The guys from The Fast Car Lane team decided to check whether the Tesla Model X electric crossover can cope with gasoline SUVs – Italian Alfa Romeo Stelvio in the “charged” version of the QV and the Bavarian SUV BMW X3 M Competition.
Just yesterday, we talked about the powerful in-line six-cylinder turbocharged engine used in the high-performance BMW X3 M Competition crossover, which competed in 402 meters of speed with the Jaguar, which had a 5.0-liter supercharged V8. Today, thanks to the new video from The Fast Car Lane, we can compare the Bavarian car with the Italian crossover Alfa Romeo Stelvio in the “charged” version of the QV and the American all-electric Tesla Model X.
The competition rules are pretty simple. First, two crossovers with an internal combustion engine rush each other along the road, trying to prove that each of them is faster than their rival, then the winner of this race must challenge the electric car.
Due to the fact that the driver of the Bavarian BMW X3 M Competition missed the start a little, the winner is the Italian Alfa Romeo.
In the second race, everything looks a little different – high-performance SUVs show what they are really capable of. Stelvio QV has a very small advantage at the beginning of the race and retains it until the very end. The Italian V6 engine turned out to be more powerful than the Bavarian in-line “six” and as a result will compete further with the Tesla Model X electric crossover.
We must admit that the American king of instant torque was pretty close to losing to the Italian horse in the competition – he overtook him only by one and a half hulls.
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