Watch Tesla Model 3 On Track Mode Slide On Snow: Video

JAN 26 2019 BY ERIC LOVEDAY 3

Warm up your hands at the virtual fire before watching this clip.

It’s rather serene watching this clip of a Tesla Model 3 sliding around on a slick, snowy surface. And that Track Mode allows just the right amount of slip, it seems.

Sure, it’s just some good ol’ fun, but that’s fine by us. In fact, we can probably all recall the days in which we first experienced snow in a car. And, then again, in a new car.

There’s that certain feel of excitement sliding any carĀ on the snow when conditions are just right and it’s all that much more enjoyable when you can share that experience with the rest of us who’ve yet to be behind the wheel of a Model 3 in a snowy parking lot.

Video description:

What do you do for fun on Sunday afternoon?

The answer to that is obvious, isn’t it? You go slide around on teh snow in your Tesla Model 3, of course.

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I’m going to test drive it next Saturday. But I’m not willing to spend the money they’re asking for a dual motor, the RWD is no more, and the base model is still a fantasy, so chances are pretty slim it’ll convince me to abandon the Hyundai Kona I’ve ordered.

Here in Norway, and I believe the rest of Europe, it’s also unknown what the base model will cost, in addition to when it will arrive. But I think it won’t be far off a maxed-out Kona. So in order to have the 3 I would have to forego a lot of equipment as well as a lot of range.

Of course they aren’t making anything for me specifically, so this isn’t a criticism of Tesla. I might switch to a used 3 DM or Performance a few years down the line, perhaps. Only time can tell, because two-three-five years from now there will be a huge number of cars launched and announced that aren’t in the picture right now. And I’m still excited to get the Kona, and even to test drive the Model 3.

Sounds like you can wait for a used CPO Model 3 to come on the market.

Spamming the InsideEVs comment section with a link to your referral code again? Pathetic. I encourage all readers to not click that link.