It’s the new Cold War – USA vs China. Tesla Model 3 vs BYD…who ya got?

Tesla and BYD are two of the biggest nameplates in the electric vehicle industry today. Both have built a reputation for producing exceptional EVs that are both technologically advanced and environmentally friendly. But how do these two cars stack up against each other in terms of performance? We’ve got our hands on the Tesla Model 3 Long Range and are pitting it against the BYD Seal in an electric drag race showdown. Keep reading to find out which one comes out on top.


The Tesla Model 3 is one of the most popular EVs in the world. When it first launched, the Model 3 quickly became a sensation, with customers lining up to get their hands on one. The Model 3 comes with an impressive range of up to 310 miles on a single charge, making it the perfect car for long road trips.

The BYD Seal, on the other hand, is a compact electric car that was launched in 2020. It boasts a range of up to 158 miles on a single charge, making it perfect for city driving. While it doesn’t have the range of the Model 3, it makes up for it in other ways. The Seal is much cheaper than the Model 3, making it an affordable option for many people.

So, which one comes out on top in an electric drag race showdown?

It looked like a tie, but the video calls it for BYD cuz Carwow is commie scum.

Elon Musk will totes take this lying down because he’s the the Manchurian Carmaker and would never step to Chinese authority.

When it comes to speed, the Tesla Model 3 Long Range is the clear winner. It has a 0-60mph time of just 5.3 seconds, compared to the BYD Seal’s 9.7 seconds. This means that the Model 3 has more acceleration power and can go from 0 to 60mph much faster than the Seal.

In terms of handling, the Tesla Model 3 also has the edge. The Model 3’s weight distribution and low center of gravity mean that it handles corners with ease. The BYD Seal is no slouch when it comes to handling, but it can’t match the precision of the Model 3.

In the end, the Tesla Model 3 Long Range proved to be the more powerful and capable car. While the BYD Seal can hold its own in the city, it simply can’t match the Model 3’s speed and handling. However, it’s worth noting that the Seal is a much cheaper option than the Model 3, making it a viable choice for those who are looking for an affordable EV. Regardless of which car you choose, both the Tesla Model 3 and BYD Seal are great examples of how electric cars are changing the auto industry for the better.