In a rigorous test, journalists from the Spanish magazine km77.com put a Tesla Model Y through its paces. To the amazement of the experts, the American EV managed to present itself with remarkable handling, covering the course at a speed of 83 km/h.
One of the most difficult tests for vehicles is the moose test. Experts analyze the vehicle's handling as it dodges hazards simulated by cones throughout many races. The model being evaluated must traverse the trajectory as quickly as possible without colliding with a cone. In the moose test, a speed of 77 km/h is considered the norm.
Tesla Model Y testing began at a speed of 73 kilometers per hour. The electric SUV effortlessly navigated the pre-determined path without colliding with any cones. The specialists gradually increased the speed until Tesla passed the test with flying colors at a speed of 83 km/h. Furthermore, two different drivers recorded the same speed.
The electric SUV's superb handling, as well as the flawless operation of the stabilization system and suspension, were praised by the Spanish specialists. According to them, the correct settings on an electric car will allow you to handle even the most severe road circumstances with ease.