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How does a Tesla Model 3 perform in an Arctic Circle winter?
To say that Tesla’s performance in extremely cold temperatures is a regular talking point among EV drivers (and those of us at Electrek) is a bit of an understatement. For example, Tesla Model Y prototypes were recently spotted cold-weather testing in Minnesota snow in January, and in December, Tesla started offering anti-ice window treatment after some winter issues.
But Tesla Model 3 owner Thomas Nilsen, who lives in Norway’s Arctic Circle, tells Electrek that his EV performs even better in the freezing north than his previous ICE (no pun intended) vehicle.
Nilsen is the editor of the Barents Observer, a journalist-owned independent online newspaper covering the Barents Region and the Arctic. It’s published in both English and Russian.
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