Only a handful of cones were hurt during testing.

It looks like the guys from km77.com are at it again, this time with a round of moose tests with the Tesla Model 3

The moose test is one of the trickiest road safety exercises that a car can be put through. Supposed to simulate an object, person, or animal (like a moose) coming out in front of a fast-moving vehicle, the driver is supposed to be able to swerve to avoid the obstacle, all while maintaining control of the car.

A lot of cars on the road don't do so well, such as the recent Jaguar I-Pace video they had, and some pass with flying colors, all without touching a single cone. 

The Tesla Model 3 has quite the performance, and it's no stranger to the moose test. At 52 miles per hour (about 83 kilometers per hour), the Model 3 performs very well, with the standard regenerative braking settings applied; controllable and minimal understeer.

Even at slightly higher speeds, the Tesla Model 3 gets the job done, despite taking out a few cones. What's important is that it can safely avoid the lane with the obstacle and return quickly to the proper lane in a safe manner.

All in all, the Model 3 performs admirably in these tests. We wouldn't expect it not to though. Electric cars have a low center of gravity and typically handle very well. The Model 3 outperforms the vast majority of EVs, so seeing it do well here is no surprise at all.

Check out the video to see it in action.

Source: km77.com via YouTube