Submitted by martin_bourgault on Wed, 2016-08-24 19:10
I really need this car to be a fun drive in the snow when desired !!! Most of the time, I will want the traction control to ensure proper adherence but sometimes yet often, I will consider the pleasure of "sending additionnal power" to the rear and removing the "traction control". This is something rarely available in most new car (Audi, Subaru...) I am wondering what Tesla will come up with for Model 3 AWD version ? Also if people can comments on Model S actual behaviour ? If you drift in the snow, will the car actually brake on the outer wheels and limit power to prevent oversteer ?