Not single drives, but multiple drives in parallel on raid or ZFS can be way faster.
Also, not my ISP. Someone up on St Louis MS actually has a 10gig link from his ISP to his house that he did that test on. Our speedtest server still needs a 10gig card to test against, but we do have two 10gig links leaving the building in different directions for redundancy. Lately we're hitting about 4gigs of customer traffic at peak times.
There are now network cards capable of transferring at 100 Gb/s, and the newer NVMe SSD drives can take advantage that bandwidth capacity (one drive alone still doesn't have that kind of transfer speed(yet)).
Yeah.. We get a lot of service calls for slow internet across the house away from the access point.. It works fine when they're next to the AP though, but they still think it's our service..
Makes me wonder if the city water department gets calls about the water running slow when there's a car parked on the hose.
"Yeah, the water is only slow in the front yard. The backyard and faucets in the house seem fine." -- Someone probably.