What can we say? Not everyone loves the Tesla Model 3. For some reasons, it may be the best car ... for YouTubers. Otherwise, you probably want to look elsewhere.
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Is the Tesla Model X far superior to almost any 3-row luxury SUV today? According to this most recent report, the Model X is kicking major butt in so many ways!
Finally a very thorough look at the hows and whys of the Tesla Model 3's winter driving characteristics. This Engineering Explained video covers it all.
The host of the Engineering Explained YouTube channel talks about trading his Tesla Model 3 and how the rear motor affects performance.
Exterior scratches, bad panel gaps, paint defects and more. It seems this brand new Tesla Model 3 has plenty of issues. Watch the video to find out more.
Chances are, if you spend some time with an electric car, you're going to want to buy one. For most people, an EV is a wise choice. Let's learn why.
To say that mechanical engineer Jason Fenske does his homework would be a huge understatement. Well, it paid off and he bought a Tesla Model 3.
So, our good friends an Engineering Explained can explain all of this much better than us. Let's hope we can collaborate in the future!
If torque relates to power and horsepower also relates power, then how do horsepower and torque relate to each other? Engineering Explains explains.
Thankfully, there’s a new video, which sheds some light on how quick the new Tesla Roadster is really going to be.
Geek out on why it is that electric vehicles you can buy today don't have a transmission.
Engineering Explained, in partnership with the Formula E, explained the topic of a single-gear transmission, a set-up typically utilized in electric vehicles.
Here’s How The Tesla Model S P100DL Manages 0 to 60 MPH In Just 2.28 Seconds – Engineering Explained Video
How the Tesla Model S P100D manages to hit 60 MPH in 2.28 seconds.
Engineering Explained went back to the drawing board, releasing a new video entitled, Tesla Did Not Hit 60 MPH In 2.28 Seconds?. The new video was added to show...
Regenerative braking is a feature found on electric vehicles, which can recover some of the vehicle's energy when the accelerator pedal is released. Friction is...
Engineering Explained features developments of a Formula E electric racer used by Indiana-based Andretti Technologies and TE Connectivity.