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Mach to Miles per hour table

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MachMiles per hour
0Mach0.00mph
1Mach761.21mph
2Mach1522.41mph
3Mach2283.62mph
4Mach3044.83mph
5Mach3806.04mph
6Mach4567.24mph
7Mach5328.45mph
8Mach6089.66mph
9Mach6850.86mph
10Mach7612.07mph
11Mach8373.28mph
12Mach9134.48mph
13Mach9895.69mph
14Mach10656.90mph
15Mach11418.11mph
16Mach12179.31mph
17Mach12940.52mph
18Mach13701.73mph
19Mach14462.93mph
MachMiles per hour
20Mach15224.14mph
21Mach15985.35mph
22Mach16746.56mph
23Mach17507.76mph
24Mach18268.97mph
25Mach19030.18mph
26Mach19791.38mph
27Mach20552.59mph
28Mach21313.80mph
29Mach22075.00mph
30Mach22836.21mph
31Mach23597.42mph
32Mach24358.63mph
33Mach25119.83mph
34Mach25881.04mph
35Mach26642.25mph
36Mach27403.45mph
37Mach28164.66mph
38Mach28925.87mph
39Mach29687.07mph
MachMiles per hour
40Mach30448.28mph
41Mach31209.49mph
42Mach31970.70mph
43Mach32731.90mph
44Mach33493.11mph
45Mach34254.32mph
46Mach35015.52mph
47Mach35776.73mph
48Mach36537.94mph
49Mach37299.15mph
50Mach38060.35mph
51Mach38821.56mph
52Mach39582.77mph
53Mach40343.97mph
54Mach41105.18mph
55Mach41866.39mph
56Mach42627.59mph
57Mach43388.80mph
58Mach44150.01mph
59Mach44911.22mph
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If you've learned how to drive a stick shift ever since you were in driving school, you will probably remember your instructor telling you to listen to and feel the way your engine is revving. You won't always be watching your rev gauge when shifting, because you can tell how many RPMs you're doing just by listening.

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After several years of driving cars with internal combustion engines, you get to know and get familiar with all the sounds those engines make. But when you're sat in an electric-powered vehicle, it may become slightly weird. On one hand, you might be happier with the fact that there's less noise protruding inside the cabin, and fewer vibrations, but on the other hand you might find yourself doing 100 mph (160 km/h) without even realizing it.
This might not be that big of a concern with cheaper EVs on the market, but with the upcoming armada of electric hypercars, you should be keeping an eye on your speedometer at all times. And this is something I've been reminded of by watching this video that TheTopher just recently uploaded. After taking the Ford Mustang Mach-E out on the track to race against the two Teslas, he's giving us an insight into how the Model Y feels when being driven harder than you would on public roads.
And as you're watching the video, it all seems pretty calm and relaxed, at least until you notice that he's going up to about 105 mph (169 kph), on what seems to be a relatively small track. The car he's driving is the Dual Motor, Long Range version, which puts out 384 horsepower and 376 lb-ft (510 Nm) of torque. This is not exactly an ideal track car, as it weighs 4,416 lbs (2,003 kg), but it was still interesting to see what it can do under the circumstances.
Given the fact that this was not the reviewer's car, he did mention he's not going to push it as hard as he normally would have. Going off the line he reaches speeds of up to 95 mph (152 kph), before gently slowing down for the first corner. He praises the car right off the bat, noting that: 'These Teslas are just so direct, the steering feel, their capabilities, their handling at the limit is just beautiful!'
Comparing it to the Mustang Mach-E, which it had already beaten in a straight line acceleration test, the reviewer does note that there's more wind noise inside the cabin as opposed to the Ford. More on the fun side of things, he also adds that the stability control seems to be less invasive. He further adds that 'I love the steering feel, it's super sharp, super direct and of course the power is fantastic'.
Twenty years ago, if you would have asked anyone how an electric vehicle would be like to drive, I get the feeling that most people would have labeled the idea as dull. While the Standard Range may have the upper hand when it comes to weight figures, the Dual Motor provides better traction and acceleration out of the corners. Also, there seems to be a little bit of understeer when you're on the throttle while going through turns.
While the whole drive seems very smooth, and yet exciting at the same time, I can't help but wonder if getting accustomed to the wind noise is going to feel strange for us. Up until now, you'd hear that mixed with engine noises, but now things are changing. Going out of the car, the reviewer notes that: 'The Mach-E is probably the most fun on street, but the Teslas take the cake on track at least, they're super responsive and super direct!'