Why would you dare drive a Model 3 in 10 inches of snow?
Surely, it'll get stuck, right?
This isn't your typical light snow here. It's not 6 inches, like we've seen in the recent past. There's nearly a foot of the fluffy stuff on the ground here and that just might be too much for the Model 3. Or is it?
Sure, the Tesla Model 3 can handle small amounts of snow on the roads, but what happens when it tries to plow through 10 inches? With snow tires, that shouldn't be a problem. However, the Model 3 featured here is fitted with stock all-season tires. Furthermore, the snow is fresh. As a result, it's not packed down yet.
Does it get stuck? Watch the video to find out.
How well does the Tesla Model 3 perform in 9-10 inches of snow?
Tesla Model 3 AWD Long Range with stock all-season tires.