An owner of a brand new Tesla Model S worth $150,000 had the idea to take it soaring through the streets of Los Angeles. The electric car crashed hard to the ground, but the driver escaped unscathed.
Owners of Tesla cars sometimes attempt dangerous experiments. After the Finn who blew up his Tesla Model S with dynamite, another driver decided to realize a glide through the streets of Los Angeles. In a new video shared by famous American youtubeur Alex Choi, the owner of a Model S wanted to impress the participants of a Tesla rally.
The driver took advantage of a particularly steep street in Los Angeles to pick up speed and fly away with his car. He put his foot down to make a glide as long as possible. The Tesla Model S crashed heavily on the ground in an impressive breaking noise. We don’t know exactly which model it is, but Alex Choi explains that it is a $150,000 Model S. It is therefore probably a Model S Plaid, the most expensive of the American manufacturer which is sometimes controversial.
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Alex Choi clarified that: I am happy to say that no one was injured. It’s only funny, until it’s not. I wasn’t driving. Please don’t try this at home. I had no idea this was going to happen. I do not tolerate reckless behavior that endangers the lives of others. Everyone is lucky to be alive “.
As you can see from the tweets above, the Model S jump was very impressive. So was the damage. All the airbags obviously deployed and the front of the electric car is completely destroyed. Moreover, the driver was not alone at the wheel of the Model S. He had a cat with him that he had just picked up on the side of the road. According to Alex Choi, the cat also emerged unscathed from the accident.
Now the Los Angeles Police Department is actively looking for the Model S driver who hit two parked cars and destroyed several garbage cans. A $1,000 reward is offered to anyone who provides information to identify it.