Guy takes him Model 3 performance edition to the Salt Flats to see what it can do. Ends up in a 360 at 138 MPH on his second go.
The Tesla Model 3 Performance is limited to 155 miles per hour. On a recent trip to the Bonneville Salt Flats to put that statistic to the test, one owner found himself not only discovering how fast his car can go but also how tight his sphincter can get.
A video has surfaced of a Model 3 Performance attempting to reach its top speed on the loose, salty surfaces in Utah. The first pass proved more or less successful, with the car indicating 154 miles per hour on its on-screen speedometer—1 mile an hour short of the advertised figure. The second pass, however, didn’t quite go as planned.
At around 135 miles per hour, the compact EV apparently hit soft sand and found itself in a spin, putting its occupants firmly in…the Danger Zone.
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