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Elon Musk accurately burns Porsche's first electric car

Sasha Lekach

Tesla CEO Elon Musk isn't afraid to call out an error when he sees one.

Porsche unveiled its first all-electric vehicle Wednesday, the Taycan Turbo, and the performance version, the Taycan Turbo S. Since the Taycan Turbo unveiling, it's been compared to Tesla's own luxury sedan, the Model S.

The electric Porsche has two electric motors, an 800-volt battery, regenerative power, but no internal combustion engine. It's an electric car. So Musk, maker of several all-electric vehicles, pointed that out. 

Um @Porsche, this word Turbo does not mean what you think it does

ā€” Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 5, 2019

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