Not only is the Tesla Model 3 one of the safest electric vehicles (EVs) on the market, but it is also one of the safest

new cars in general. The Tesla's many safety credentials originate from its lack of a gas-powered engine, but its roll

over protection is its most intriguing safety feature. Here's how the Model 3 not only avoids crushing in a rollover

but also avoids rolling over. All cars, including Tesla EVs, can roll over. Tesla and many other similar platform EVs

on the other hand, have a hard time rolling over. Given how often rollover accidents result in confined passengers

or catastrophic injuries, this is a huge plus in terms of safety. In a nutshell, the Tesla Model 3 has a very low centre of

gravity, which makes it naturally resistant to rolling over. Tesla built the automobile on a skateboard-style chassis

which means the batteries are mounted low, similar to a skateboard's riding surface. As a result, the vehicle's

massive batteries keep the majority of its weight. When a car rolls over due to external forces, the Tesla Model 3 frequently

stands back up. The tiny Tesla is significantly less likely to roll over when compared to a gas-powered car's regular center of gravity.