Mark takes the RWD Model 3 into the first snow of the year to test the all season tires and traction control in southern Ontario.
Tesla Model 3 fares well in winter driving, but what about the RWD version with no snow tires. Here in video RWD is tested and…you can see the rest!
Relying mainly on Tesla’s traction control system, the Model 3 sans winter tires seem to handle the slick stuff rather well.
Remember when traction control didn’t even exist or was only available on expensive foreign cars? Well, back in those days, RWD was downright scary in the slick stuff, but now, along with snow tires and traction control, winter is no match for RWD.