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How-To: Tesla’s new Track Mode for the Model 3

First, there was Ludicrous Mode—software for the Tesla Model S that turned it from a quick car into an electron rocket on a dragstrip. Now, for the new Model 3 Dual Motor, there's Track Mode—software that optimizes stability control, ABS, and battery cooling, plus real-time modeling of the car's tire contact patches and grip—all to make the Model 3 a BMW M3 rival on the racetrack. Here, racing driver Randy Pobst takes a turn at Willow Springs in both Normal Mode and Track Mode in order to show you how it feels.

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