The Chinese electric vehicle, BYD Atto 3, has recently undergone a rigorous moose test evaluation. However, the vehicle's performance in the test is less than impressive. What exactly does the test entail and how did the BYD electric car fare?
BYD Expands to European Market
As Chinese electric car brands make significant inroads into the European market, the BYD brand is no exception. The BYD Atto 3, having recently entered the market on the old continent, has garnered attention. This prompted the editorial team at km77.com to take a closer look at the vehicle.
The “Moose Test” The km77.com team specializes in testing electric vehicles, and one of their notable evaluations is the moose test. This test assesses a car’s lateral stability during rapid evasive maneuvers. Recently, the BYD Atto 3 underwent this very test, showcasing its capabilities in handling such situations. – Assessing the Performance The BYD Atto 3 successfully navigated the moose test at a maximum speed of 71 km/h. According to the database maintained by the editorial team, this result falls below average. Nevertheless, for an urban crossover, it remains a reasonably commendable performance.
For comparison, the best result ever achieved by the km77.com team in the moose test was with electric vehicles Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y, both reaching a speed of 83 km/h. Another exceptional performance came from the Hyundai Ioniq 5, reaching 82 km/h. On the flip side, the Škoda Enyaq iV fared less well, recording a speed of 67 km/h, making it the third-worst performing vehicle in the history of the team’s testing.
“Enjoyed this article would you be able to buy me a cup of coffee? It’s okay if you can’t right now. If you’d like to stay connected and receive more inspiring content, consider subscribing to ‘Afronomist’ and follow us on twitter @theafronomist. Your support is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to having you as part of our community!”