And speaking of Tesla Model S, Mike Wehner explains how the back back seat works.
It must be pretty rough owning a Tesla Model S owner these days. Sure, the car is gorgeous, extremely fast, and doesn’t have to pull into a smelly gas station every three days, but imagine all the questions from onlookers. Every day it’s a chorus of “Is that a Tesla?” “How fast is it really?” and “Why are you kidnapping that child?!”
A Tesla owner plunked his kid in the trunk’s back seat.
After receiving the report that the driver had possibly abducted a kid and shoved them into the trunk, the cops wasted no time in hunting the Model S down and held the driver at gunpoint until they realized that it was all a big misunderstanding.