Being all-electric, Tesla's vehicles appreciate various focal points. They have moment torque for speedy increasing speed runs, a low focus of gravity for incredible dealing with, and huge fold zones for assurance during an accident. Ongoing footing tests on metal rollers have likewise demonstrated that the electric vehicle creator's Dual Motor AWD arrangement gives vehicles like the Model 3 some extremely amazing footing. 

It is appropriate at that point to see exactly how well Tesla's Dual Motor AWD arrangement piles facing extraordinary compared to other 4×4 frameworks accessible today: Audi's Quattro. The German automaker's everything wheel-drive framework has been around for about 40 years, and it was tempered and created when the Audi was contending in the 1980's rally titles. Audi cars with Quattro innovation are referred to today as vehicles that can deal with wet, elusive conditions with no issues. 

Contrasted with the long history of Audi's Quattro, Tesla's Dual Motor AWD is a newcomer. The electric vehicle producer's everything wheel-drive framework made its presentation on October 2014 with the Model S P85D, and it has gotten refinements since. Tesla's Dual Motor AWD arrangement, much the same as Audi's Quattro, gives the organization's vehicles, from the Model S to the Model X to the Model 3, outstanding footing even in tricky conditions. 

The capacities of these two AWD frameworks was as of late looked at by YouTube bunch duszaniespokojna – 4×4 tests on rollers, which behaviors footing tests on an assortment of vehicles utilizing rollers, from genuine rough terrain drivers like the Land Rover Discovery to cars like the Tesla Model 3. For its relative test, the YouTube gathering picked to utilize a Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor AWD and an Audi A4 Allroad 2.0 TFSI Quattro Ultra, the two of which are average size vehicles. 

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The Tesla Model 3 aced the majority of the gathering's footing tests, both in its Standard and in Slip Start settings. Notwithstanding when three of its wheels were in rollers, the electric car had the option to discover its footing with no issue. This is likely because of a few elements, including the Model 3's weight gratitude to its strong battery pack, just as the moment torque from the vehicle's two electric engines. 

In correlation, the Audi A4 Allroad battled in several tests. While the vehicle had no issues discovering its footing during tests that included a couple of rollers, the A4 had a strikingly troublesome time when three of its wheels were fitted with rollers. At the point when everything except one back wheel of the A4 Allroad was on rollers, the vehicle really stalled out when it was in its Standard setting. 

Tesla might be another carmaker, however it is consistently picking up a notoriety for being truly outstanding, if not the best, producer of premium electric vehicles available. It ought to likewise be noticed that the Model 3 Dual Motor AWD is intended for city driving, which makes its 4×4 presentation much progressively amazing. It takes an extraordinary city vehicle, all things considered, to beat Audi's Quattro framework unexpectedly. 

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Watch a Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor AWD take on an Audi A4 Allroad 2.0 TFSI Quattro Ultra in the video underneath.

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