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Using the Tesla Model S Ludicrous’ 1G of force to eat a snack [Update: video removed]

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The Tesla Model S P90D on Ludicrous mode can actually pull just over 1 G of force – or more than the Earth’s gravity at the surface. We’ve seen plenty of Tesla owners put this to the test, mainly for reaction videos or drag races, but I think just to eat a snack is a first.

Choking hazard aside, I think it’s a pretty neat trick.

As you can see in the video below, when the front passenger throws a goldfish cracker straight up in the air, the force created by the acceleration of the Model S is strong enough for the back passenger to actually catch the cracker with his mouth.

Impressive trick or plain stupid? You decide.

Here’s the video in full:

Update: the author of the video actually decided to remove it 🙁

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