Subjecting a vehicle to the moose test is a great way to see just how planted, stable and eager to change direction a car is and it usually shows flaws in a vehicle’s handling. The Audi RS E-Tron GT got a good result in this test, but it couldn’t quite match the mechanically-related Porsche Taycan.
When km77.com tried out the Taycan, it managed a good entry speed of 78 km/h (48.5 mph) and they pointed out that it was the vehicle’s width that was the limiting factor, not its ability to avoid the imaginary obstacle. In fact, its stability control didn’t even need to intervene during the manoeuvre, and it does in most vehicles.
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