While everyone’s eyes are on Tesla’s affordable electric car, the Model 3, it’s easy to forget that Tesla makes some pretty speedy vehicles. In a bit of a friendly competition, the company pitted its Model S against a Qantas Boeing 737-800 preparing for take-off. The race is certainly speedy. The Model S goes from zero to 100 in three seconds — a feature that punches the $69,999 base model up to well over $100,000 if you want one in your driveway. It also benefits from that so-called “Ludicrous” mode, making it a pretty decent match-up for the stretch of runway they…

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