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The Tesla Model X is a mid-sized, all-electric, luxury, crossover SUV made by Tesla, that uses falcon wing doors for access to the second and third row seats. And now Elon Musk shows its power posting video where it is shown how Tesla Model X pulls 250,000 lbs muck rail car out of the Boring Company’s tunnel. The Boring Company is an infrastructure and tunnel construction company founded by Elon Musk in late 2016. It is situated in Los Angeles.
Here You can watch the video and make your own opinion!
Last month we saw how Tesla Model X pulled Semi Trailer 95.000 lbs on a snowy road in Raleigh, North Carolina. A Tesla Model X driver showed up and helped the truck by pulling it up the road. It was captured in an exciting video. But the Model X wasn’t wholly pulling the truck on its own and it led Norwegian Model X owner Bjorn Nyland to try a more accurate test.
He wrote: “I know that this is not the first time a Model X pulls a semi. But in that other video, it was done with the help of the semi as well. And the Model X had poor all-season tires not fit for snow and ice. I wanted to see if it was possible to pull a semi trailer despite having slippery surface like ice and snow.” Apparently, it is possible but it is not recommended to pull more than the rated capacity. As writes electrek.co “Bjorn already performed several other Model X towing stunts so what’s one more? He brought his 2,600 kg (5,700 lbs) Model X on Nereus NS806 studless tires to NAF’s testing grounds in Valerbanen, Norway to pull a 43,000 kg (95,000 lbs) semi truck, which is used for testing, in neutral gear.”
If you did not manage to watch this one how Model X pulling semi-trailer than we are recommending you to watch the video below!
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