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Take a look at the lighter side of cold weather driving. We invited some of the most experienced winter driving journalists in the world to test Model S on an ice track in Sweden. The result is a delicate dance between vehicle and driver.
After several highly publicized fires of the Tesla Model S, the manufacturer announced new reinforcements, including a titanium plate, to protect the electric battery from road debris punctures.
At midnight on January 30, a team of 15 Tesla engineers and Supercharger staffers set off on the historic journey with two Model S's and a film crew in tow. The goal was to get from Los Angeles to New York in three days, stopping only to refuel the cars at Superchargers. This is where their story begins.
Last week, we showed you the first leg of the journey, which finished as the two Model S's approached Colorado's Vail Pass at the onset of a snowstorm. The cars had already blitzed through the dessert plains of Arizona and Utah, which included a sandstorm in Navajo country.
In Episode Two, our film crew catches up with the cars as they head deeper into a blizzard that seems to be getting worse by the hour. As the Cross Country Rally team finds out, however, it's not the electric cars that are the concern -- it's the gasoline support vehicles...
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