In general, it seems that Tesla beat the competition in most of the categories (despite it not being the Performance version). Let's get into the details.
100-0 km/h (62-0 mph) braking test results:
- NIO ES6 - 36.36 m
- Tesla Model Y - 36.64 m
- BMW iX3 - 38.24 m
Here, the results are quite similar and both NIO ES6 and Tesla Model Y are close to each other.
Take off from a slippery surface:
- Tesla Model Y - failed one test with only one front wheel on the ground
- NIO ES6 - failed one test with only one front wheel on the ground
- BMW iX3 - not tested yet
Track time - the Tesla Model Y turned out to be the fastest of the three:
- Tesla Model Y - 00:57.00
- NIO ES6 - 00:59.54
- BMW iX3 - 01:00.38
0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) test results:
- NIO ES6 - 4.33 s
- Tesla Model Y - 5.03 s
- BMW iX3 - 6.54 s
The NIO ES6 beat the Tesla Model Y AWD Long Range, but we must remember that the performance version of the car is able to accelerate 0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.7 seconds.
Moose test results:
- Tesla Model Y - 73.5 km/h
- NIO ES6 - 71.8 km/h
- BMW iX3 - 70.8 km/h
Another win for the Tesla Model Y and really great comparison of various EVs, in similar conditions, using the same methodology.
Overall, the Tesla Model Y seems to offer better performance than the bigger NIO ES6 and BMW iX3. The last model, which is built using conventional BMW iX3 as a base, is left noticeably behind.