Tesla Model 3 seen plowing through flooded waters while other vehicles stranded

Now that's impressive.
  • This Tesla Model 3 had no problem driving through the flooded streets of San Diego
  • Part of the reason why it can do it is its immense torque
  • It also features water-sealed powertrain and battery pack

Published on Jan 25, 2024 at 1:12PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 25, 2024 at 5:03PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray

We’ve learned that the Cybertruck doesn’t love snow or ice but, apparently, other Tesla vehicles do quite well in less-than-ideal weather conditions.

That’s definitely the case with the Tesla Model 3.


This Tesla Model 3 was filmed by an Instagram user who goes by missmoo007.

As we can see from the clip, it can be seen navigating through San Diego’s floodwaters without any issues.

This is even more impressive when you notice that all other cars around it are stuck.

How does it do it?

The Model 3 has a lot of torque, which allows it to pull through water, and at the same time, it’s fitted with water-sealed components, including the engine and battery pack.

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