It's On! Tesla Model X vs. Porsche Cayenne Turbo vs. Ford F-250 Tug-of-War

( ) Two of TFL’s heavyweight SUVs — the 2019 Tesla Model X and 2012 Porsche Cayenne Turbo — square off in a tug-of-war competition to see which can make the most of its power and traction. Winner takes on a next-level challenge: the 2020 Ford F-250 Super Duty!

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31 Replies to “It's On! Tesla Model X vs. Porsche Cayenne Turbo vs. Ford F-250 Tug-of-War”

  1. ebn hahn

    It is a different video but I am going back to the Tesla Cyber Truck vs F150 tug of war!. We all know that the Video Elan Musk was proud of is Fraud!!. having his 8000lb AWD cyber truck tug a 2WD 6000Lb F150, Physics tells us the Tesla was going to win. My estimate is that the nearest Ford in weight to the Cyber truck is an F350 AWD DW and powered by the 6.7L diesel. Now I would like Elan Musk to show us the video of that tug of war!!!. My estimation is that we will be picking up the "Fragments" of the Cyber truck from the side of the road:)

  2. YTsupporter1

    Certainly not too scientific there. The snow/ice condition under each car's tires could vary and if there's a thinner spot of ice or a little asphalt under a tire that would create more traction. (Should have done it on non-icy road and let up as soon as the vehicle is being dragged to prevent it from getting damaged.)

  3. knz1950

    The problem with the last 20yrs of "cars" is a tie – brittle plastics and EPA – Fun Police…A highboy F-250 would squash both to get the good parking space at the waffle house. No wonder this may be the last year of "cars" aside from a few EPA hand jobs for some…

  4. Blikkies Blignaut

    Hi guys. I watch and like most things TFL put on YouTube. I only skip 2 types of videos. First is any test of a car brand, which I do not like. The second is any "Tug-of war". I am not saying that you should not do it, other people do like it. I just do not get it. You put a huge amount of strain on the engine and drive-train of the vehicles, but what does it prove? You are afraid to touch the underside of a Jeep when testing it off road, but you do not care about the damage you can do in a "Tug-of war". Keep up the rest of the good work.

  5. s n

    I Was thinking of buying a Tesla but after seeing how the fan base reacted to a loss, I don’t want to be apart of that community. Toxic little fuckers.

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