Tesla Model 3 Moose test. The Tesla Model 3 we are using for a long term review has scored very good results in the moose test and slalom. In this video we show you its reactions in both tests. In the description section there is a link to the blog we specifically created for this long term review, in which we give you details of the test conditions and show you the degradation of the wheels Furthermore, we created an additional video (only in Spanish) in which the three driver that were involved in the Model 3 moose test give their opinion about the car. We performed the first attempt, in which we still do not know how the car will react, at an entrance speed of 74 km/h instead of 77, as we intend to with every car. It is hard for us to enter precisely at that speed, many times we manage to do it but others we do not. Anyway, we hit one cone, but the reactions of the car were safe and easy to control The brake lights remained switched on during the whole exercise. This is not because we used brake pedal, but due to the ESC or the regenerative braking (its setting can be seen on the upper left part of the screen). There are two settings: low and standard. The Tesla Model 3 holds the entrance speed record of our Moose tests, along with the Ford Focus. The speed on this successful attempt was 83 km/h. This attempt was performed while using the standard regenerative breaking setting, which provides more stopping power than the low setting. Probably, this gave a slight advantage to the Model 3 when compared to a normal car with a combustion engine, because it loses speed faster once the accelerator pedal is released. Anyway, the reactions of the car were exemplary, without violent or unexpected movements. The driver felt totally at ease with the response of the car. The ESC worked subtly and precisely, not bothering the driver with its intervention and, at the same time, keeping the car on the path he indicated through the steering. This attempt at 82 km/h was performed while using the low regenerative breaking setting. Even though the car loses less speed once the throttle is released, the reactions were as satisfactory as on the previous case. We did not manage to succeed at avoiding the cones, but we were close. Our thoughts regarding the performance of the car are the same as on the previous case 88 km/h was the highest entrance speed at which we tried to perform the Moose test. We were far from succeeding at this very high speed but, as it can be seen on the footage, the car is still very precise and its reactions are highly predictable. Up to three different drivers performed the Moose test, mainly at entrance speeds of over 80 km/h The opinion regarding the exemplary performance of the Model 3 in this test is unanimous. As it can be seen on the footage, there is almost no body roll. The main reason is that the battery pack of the car is located close to the ground, between both axles. Moreover, the steering is fast, precise and gives the driver plenty of feedback. We are highly satisfied with the performance of the Model 3 on the Moose test and with the Michelin tyres, too. These have provided a very good level of grip and have not degraded much for what is normal in such a demanding test. In the blog that we have created for our long term test of this car (there is a link on the description), we give more details on the wear of the tires after the test. Slalom The driver clearly notices the low centre of gravity and, even being a heavy car, the Model 3 can change direction effortlessly. This, along with the fast and responsive steering, enables the car to perform the slalom fast and with a high sensation of control. The reactions of this car give the confidence to drive it close to the grip limits of the tyres.