YouTube DIY'er Zack Nelson hacks open the Model 3's key card in search of a better form factor for the RFID chip.
The host of the Engineering Explained YouTube channel talks about trading his Tesla Model 3 and how the rear motor affects performance.
This Tesla Model 3 has been modified to fit items as long as ten feet with four seats occupied. It has a DIY pass-through cut into the middle of the back seat.
Slipping and sliding around in the slick snow. What could be more fun. Watch as this Tesla Model 3 Performance slide to and fro on the white stuff.
Every car has some issues in the winter. The Tesla Model 3 is no exception. But did you know several of the issues can be fixed by following these simple tips.
Not everything in the Tesla Model 3 makes users happy. Particularly, the trunk can surprise the owner in the rain if he/she decides to open it.
One of the benefits of owning a Tesla is that in most instances, Tesla Rangers come to you to perform routine service such as tire rotations, which you can see here.
How does a Kia Niro compare to the Hyundai Kona Electric? If you had the choice of either one, which would you buy and why? Let's take a closer look.
This video shows the Tesla Model 3 climbing a modest uneven surface on packed powder snow. This Model 3 is a stock Dual Motor with the stock Michelin MXM4 tires.
The optional ultra-white interiors found in Tesla vehicles may be susceptible to staining from blue jeans, but there is a fix and a preventative for that.
Cadillac doesn't shy away from admitting who it's benchmarking with its first pure electric car. In fact, the automaker admits to obsessively benchmarking Tesla.
Bjørn Nyland recently found a 2011 Nissan LEAF (24 kWh) with severely decreased battery capacity and range. Sadly, it lost over half of its original range.