Tesla Model 3 owner installs snow track in rear wheel of car, successfully conquers snow

A Tesla owner installed a snow track on his Model3 to make the electric car work in the snow, so what’s the effect? Although the Model3 weighs 3,552 pounds, YouTube blogger Michael is proud of his Model 3 The effect of the Standard Range Plus installed snow tracks is of great interest.

Tesla Model 3 owner installs snow track in rear wheel of car, successfully conquers snow

Note: Screenshot of the video from Michael YouTube

Tesla Model 3 owner installs snow track in rear wheel of car, successfully conquers snow

Note: Screenshot of the video from Michael YouTube

So, with the help of Mullin, a manufacturing plant in British Columbia, Michael successfully installed snow tracks on the rear wheels of his Model3. Mullin is responsible for creating an installation system that connects the track to the disc brakes. Michael can then simply install the snow track and start driving.

In the test, the Model3, which had snow tracks installed, successfully crossed areas with heavy snowfall, but there were also some problems. For example, when reversing and driving without the snow on the side of the road, the track starts to slide and loses traction.

Tesla owners say there was no damage to the vehicle, either in appearance or machinery, as a result of the Model3′ overhaul.

The model3’s unique improvements are said to use tracks similar to those used in trucks and sUVs, although the owner did not specify the brand and price of the props it uses. (teslarati)