Is the quoted (hyper quick) acceleration of a Tesla a constant as the battery dies, both from consumption and aging..?

Asked by Aug 28, 2016 at 05:39 AM about the 2016 Tesla Model S P90D

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Hybrids and electrics loose performance as the battery becomes discharged.

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Very little, actually. Power is proportional to voltage, which drops as batteries discharge, but it would take a stopwatch acceleration run to detect it.

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