Tesla On Ice: Model S Cold Weather Testing [VIDEO]
The Model S is rear-wheel drive, but its sophisticated instant-torque electric motors combined with an advanced traction and stability system have the Model S looking fairly competent in the winter weather. A lot of that stability can also be attributed to the battery being in the sub frame, lowering the vehicle's overall center of gravity.
Check out the video below to see one of this year's hottest EVs tearing it up in the snow.
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