Manufacturers are testing cars in extreme conditions to make improvements to future options. Tesla usually advertises its tests in cold weather, which seems to be of interest to many readers, although in this case, the automaker sheds light on the opposite.
Tesla has been testing its cars in places like Alaska. Cold weather testing seems to interest people as they know that dealing with freezing and snow can be one of the most challenging aspects of driving. While many of us also deal with hot summers, fewer people often drive in extreme heat like the one in Death Valley or, in Tesla’s case, Dubai.
As you can see from the following social media posts, Tesla has tested several cars in Dubai, including the Model X Plaid and Model 3. However, it looks like most of the electric cars that took on this hot trip were Model Y crossovers.
Tesla has shared many unique images of its cars overcoming sand and heat, complete with a camel, which may have attracted more attention in some social media posts than Tesla’s electric vehicles. Tesla wrote on his official Instagram account:
“Our quality engineers travel to Dubai during the hottest time of the year to test for extreme heat and durability. The temperature reaches more than 50 Celsius.”