On paper, the Kia Stinger and Tesla Model S 75D have quite similar power figures, which means that it should create an interesting competition in a short drag. Nevertheless, the result is just another example of how important torque can be when trying to show.
In Top Gear's newest dragon race they form a 370 horsepower Kia Stinger with 376 lb-ft torque against a Tesla Model S 75D with around 367 hp and a full 486 lb-ft of torque. It is also worth noting that Kia is about 440 pounds lighter than model S.
Just looking at these momentum, it should be quite obvious which one hopes off the line faster, but it turned out to be so much of an advantage Model S just sealed the win and left no real chance for Stinger.
The only other qualification I think has been left out in Top Gear's video is about the Stinger they tested, equipped with optional all-wheel drive. I'm not sure it would have made enough of a difference if it was or was not fitted, but it might be worth a new shot.
Nevertheless, this is a good example of impressive performance characteristics for electric cars, where they have as much power as combustion resistors, but are so much faster thanks to all the momentary moments on the wheels.