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.
With winter setting in comes snow and that can be a problem for some cars. Find out who the Tesla Model 3 AWD performs up a slope in the slick stuff.
This phenomenon is not unique to the Hyundai Kona Electric. In fact, cold weather and snowy conditions reduce EV range, as well as gas car range.
Nokian just released a video of winter tire testing on a Tesla Model S. Though the clip is short and sweet, it does provide us with a look at what proper tires...
As the bitter cold sets in, it's time to test out the range of your electric car. In this video example, a Tesla Model 3 EV is put to the winter driving test.
Out in the real world, numbers don't necessarily line up with lab ratings. Watch this 2-part video series to see real winter driving results for the Tesla Model 3.
These Tesla owners take their Model S P100D out to have some fun on the ice and get a handle on how it reacts. However, the Tesla won't play.
We've heard the Tesla Model 3 fares well in winter driving, but what about the RWD version with no snow tires. Let's see how it performs on the slick snowy stuff.
The tested cars were the Opel Ampera-e, BMW i3, new Nissan LEAF, Hyundai IONIQ Electric and Volkswagen e-Golf.
The Hakkapeliitta R2 winter tire is just now coming to market offering an exclusive rubber solution for the BMW i3. The new tire model’s size is 155/70R19 84Q.
Suddenly, the cars couldn't go as far as we were used to, and the range drop off seemed to happen very quickly, without notice and without reason, leaving many...