19 February 2020

Tesla Model-3 got a 5-star on crash test - Video

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This crash looks bad, but you'd actually be safer than you think, much in part thanks to a key missing component. An engine. And it's one of the many features that makes Tesla's Model 3 sedan ultrasafe in crashes. reports citing BI this test is called a frontal offset test. And this car? Tesla's much-anticipated Model 3. It's an all-electric plug-in, meaning that the front compartment doesn't have an engine as a normal combustion car would. Instead, all the empty steel and aluminum at the front of the car crumples, drawing the shock of the crash away from the occupants.

2019.10.09 / 17:51
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