After a successful Tesla Model Y Moose Test, another publication has pitted the electric SUV against the rivaling Ford Mustang Mach-E, showing the vehicle’s true colors.
Teknikens Värld attempted the Moose Test on Monday, in which the Ford Mustang Mach-E failed, due to having a very heavy back-end, according to the video’s host.
In the video, the crew tests the Ford Mustang Mach-E alongside the Tesla Model Y and the Hyundai IONIQ 5, with the host highlighting the Model Y as the obvious winner.
In the video, you can see the back of the Mach-E swerving significantly through the course, hitting some cones and only being able to hit a top speed of 68 kilometers per hour (42 mph) during the first trial on the swerving track.
In subsequent tests, it reaches 70 kilometers per hour (43 mph) and 72 kilometers per hour (45 mph), with both trials seeing the Mach-E knock out nearly all the cones.
The Tesla Model Y, however, avoids hitting any cones and reaches an impressive 75 kilometers per hour (47 mph), showing how much more stable the car’s back-end is, according to the channel.
Near the video’s end, we can also see the test from the slightly smaller Hyundai IONIQ 5, which reaches a speed of 72 kilometers per hour (45 mph), also without hitting any of the cones.
You can check out the full video below:
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