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Out of interest I put it in Sport mode when a motorbike came along side (dual carriageway) at the lights. Think I gave him a right shock as I stayed with him up to about 25 - 30 mph and he had to give it full beans to leave me. Of course I totally took my foot off the gas...err leccy...when I reached the speed limit of 40mph.

I may be 'Driving Miss Daisy' most of the time but it's nice to indulge in a bit of 'ev grin' fun now and again.
 

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Yep, Sport mode away from the lights really does catch people out, especially when they have to change gear and you don't :)
 
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I totally love my short weekend drives when I know I'm not going to be in any danger of running out of battery power. With the Sport Mode button pushed and the gear stick flicked in to L and it just goes like a rocket. That acceleration from the lights is fantastic, but when you're on faster roads it's got that torque at whatever speed you're doing :-D
 

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I totally love my short weekend drives when I know I'm not going to be in any danger of running out of battery power. With the Sport Mode button pushed and the gear stick flicked in to L and it just goes like a rocket. That acceleration from the lights is fantastic, but when you're on faster roads it's got that torque at whatever speed you're doing :-D
Why in L mode? You like it driving like an i3?;)
 
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