A video filmed at the Avalon Airport, southwest of Melbourne, Australia showcases a unique race between a Tesla Model S P90D and a Boeing 737-800 from Aussie airline, Qantas. The video actually depicts a greater collaboration between both companies.

According to the airline, the 737 reached its take-off speed of 140 knots, while the Tesla reached its maximum top speed of 250 km/h. As a refresher, the Model S here has a “ludicrous mode” that allows the sedan to zip from 0-100 km/h in under three seconds, while the quarter-mile sprint is achieved in just 10.9 seconds.

As mentioned, there’s a point behind this drag race. According to Qantas, both companies will be collaborating to drive innovation for the airline’s customers and sustainability in the transport industry. With that, a number of services and benefits will be introduced for Qantas and Tesla customers.

These include entry to exclusive events for Qantas frequent flyers, Qantas Club membership for Tesla Model S owners along with Tesla High Power Wall Connectors at Qantas Valet facilities, available in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide.

Meanwhile, Qantas will become Tesla’s airline of choice in Australia and offset all the carmaker’s domes corporate travel emissions as part of Qantas’ Future Planet Programme – a corporate sustainability leadership programme involving Australian and global businesses.