The Tesla Model 3 with snow tracks is something that you won’t see every day, but guess what today is your lucky day. The amazing lads at the YouTube channel lowlifeduramax custom-fitted their Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus with snow tracks and the entire thing worked just as imagined.
The Model 3 Standard Range plus is an RWD (Rear Wheel Drive) only car and would prove less than useful when driving in heavy snow. However, swap the alloy wheels with some snow tracks and you’re good to go.
I am going to stop talking now, so you can watch the video.
Tesla Model 3 With Snow Tracks
The tracks fitted very easily on the Tesla Model 3 and worked perfectly. The host also gave a shout out to Mullin Manufacturing, based in British Columbia, for making an adaptor for the Snow Tracks fitment.
The Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus is the base version of the Model 3. However, it still comes with 250 miles of battery range and its electric motor produces a respectable 353 HP. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds.
In the video, however, the electric car was traveling very slowly as it wouldn’t have been a good idea to drive too fast with snow tracks.
During the entire ride with snow tracks, nothing broke on the car or on the snow tracks. The only small problem which the boys faced was when one of the tracks started slipping, probably due to a faulty tooth or less tension on the belt.
After driving around in the snow for quite some time, the lads said they’d do a snow track burnout if their video reaches 100 likes. The video already has 65 likes, at the time of writing this article. You know what you have to do.