What drives a person to knock a car worth more than 57,000 euros in front of a video camera? Searching for easy likes on tube? In this case, it’s a very strange experience.
How Much Damage Can a Tesla Model 3 Take Before It’s Officially Dumped? According to today’s ridiculous video experience, there’s just too much.
Buy and destroy
Over the past few months, we’ve discovered one thing: the Tesla is one of the favorite cars of YouTubers who intend to prove something with crazy videos. And more often than not, we’ve seen Elon Musk’s expensive and intricate creatures go badly in the course of these videos. Think of the man in Finland burst Your Tesla Model S or American YouTuber who wrecks someone to prove the brakes don’t work, risks his life.
In the video we’ll see today, we’ll once again witness the mistreatment of a car – not even to say it, a Tesla – once again intended to prove something. The conclusion that can be drawn from the experience though At least on this occasion It is very interesting and will undoubtedly reassure the owners of the model in question and future buyers.
Let’s talk about Tesla Model 3, an “economy” version of the Model S sedan, priced at around 57,000 euros in our country, which quickly became one of the best-selling electric cars in all of Europe. Here’s how much damage this powerful machine can do before it even leaves you on your feet!
A YouTube channel with over 7 million subscribers Crax There is a video that we suggest at the bottom of the page that was made about a year ago. The author of this content aims to find out how durable the Model 3 is and specifically, whether the car can last Move without the center screen It is located on its dashboard that regulates most of the car’s functions.
This large 15-inch screen monitors the operation of various instruments inside the cabin, including climate control and wiper activation. “For the sake of science” decided the author of the video to destroy it with a hammer While on the highway at high speed. And do you want to know what happened?
Incredibly, nothing too serious! The car continued to drive without much problems, although several warning lights reported malfunctions of some internal electronic components such as the air conditioner. Anyway, the Model 3 brought the unwary pilot safely to its destination. Which is goodIf the screen is accidentally damaged, you can still drive the car. Fixing it, for the record, costs over 1,500 euros so… avoid smashing it right away!
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