Wanna see Tesla Model 3s wrecked in crash test lab? Watch this!

Tesla provides an insider look at how it tests its EVs for crashes.

@anthony256
Published Wed, Oct 16 2019 8:08 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:46 AM CST

Admit it -- you've always wanted to see what a Tesla vehicle would look like in a crash test environment, and now you've got your chance.

Tesla has provided an insider look at its internal Crash Lab, where it crashes its electric vehicles to find out how it can make its vehicles even safer. Before using actual Model 3 vehicles, Tesla Motors will (like any other automaker) use computer modeling to find issues with its cars before smashing them at high speeds into walls.

Tesla's latest Model 3 has specially-designed front passenger airbags that in the case of an accident, will wrap the passenger in the airbag to keep them from smashing into the interior of the Model 3. Tesla claims that its Model 3 vehicle is one of "the safest cars on the road".

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