The test was made in Luxembourg recently. The Luxembourg screening and standardization authority (ILNAS) put a Model S and a Volvo S90 through an emergency braking test.As Luxembourg Wort reports, Volvo passed the test with flying colors, being able to stop at approximately 60kph. Tesla Design S faced the dummy automobile at 30kph.
Tesla has actually questioned validity of the test. “ILNAS has actually declined to share the details of the test with us, consisting of the test protocol, and for that reason we’ve been not able to verify that the test is valid or accurate,” the company informed Electrec.co.
“While we were not sought advice from by ILNAS beforehand and just learnt more about the test through the media, we have obtained the vehicle identification number of the test vehicle used and see it was constructed in 2015 and is signed up as a rental cars and truck in Germany. We will continue to investigate to comprehend how the test was performed and if it was done appropriately.”
— Elon Musk World (@Elon_Musk_World) < a href ="https://twitter.com/Elon_Musk_World/status/1015948968432492545?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw"> 8 июля 2018 г.Last week, Tesla avoided a braking test for the Model 3 in an effort to ramp up production, different media have reported. The test was ditched regardless of reports that the automobile is having issues with braking.In May, United States publication Customer Reports wrote a short article declaring that the Design 3 sedan brakes slower than a pick-up truck. Another publication, Cars and truck and Motorist, said it has never ever seen such” inconsistent braking, “which is worse than some trucks have, stated the publication’s testing director, K.C. Colwell. Electric automobile manufacturer Tesla has actually failed another independent braking test. Authorities for the
company don’t agree with the outcomes.