Yes, but those super-cars are fine with comparatively high curb weights and short ranges. There's no problem with output. With electric motors you can have full torque, even excess torque instantly, and just sink the resistive heating into your motor mass for as long as you feel comfortable. Actually given how rare earth magnets in brushless motors don't like heat, this is not advisable. This is why you see electric cars like Tesla Roadsters being able to flounce their Petrol powered Brethren on the drag strip. You won't however see a Tesla Roadster's batteries being able to hold up at that level of acceleration for more than a few minutes.
The generally best available batteries, Lithium Ion or Lithium Polymer have a energy density of only 1.30 MJ/L at best, not including packaging or cooling where in comparison regular mogas delivers 34.2 MJ/L. Of course we can't burn gasoline that efficiently in a piston engine to get all of this energy, but we can say that the balance as far as capability is still strongly in favor of petrol when you're trying to put miles underneath your wings in a complete package.
I build and fly electric RC airplanes as a daily hobby, and get to fuss with some really neat equipment with efficiencies now good enough for man-rated flight. I'd really like to build an electric Heath Parasol or something similar. But I'm pretty familiar with the limitations of the technology, sustained output - being one of them.