See how high the Tesla crossover can jumpJanuary 29, 2020
A car flew up on one of the streets of Los Angeles
Los Angeles resident David Dobrek posted a video of how he made his Tesla Model X crossover fly up one of the city streets with a steep climb and descent.
In his video, Dobrick says that he and his friends discovered one of the many streets of Los Angeles with a steep ascent and no less abrupt descent. It turned out to be two motorcyclists who used the road as a springboard, and as a result, both companies decided to check whether the electric crossover could repeat this trick.
Dobrik handed the car keys to one of the motorcyclists who performed a dangerous jump. Fortunately, the car and the driver remained unharmed, but even with a big stretch it’s hard to call a trick safe – parked cars were on the descent, and there were residential buildings on both sides of the road.
At the same time, the operation of the crossover did not bother the head of Tesla, Ilona Mask, – under the short jump video that Dobrik posted on Twitter, he left only an exclamation mark.
Elon Mask himself chose a safer option to make electric cars fly – in 2018, the roadster was loaded into the cabin of the Falcon Heavy booster rocket and sent into space. And now the head of the company is considering sending a new Cybertruck pickup truck there. After its premiere, Twitter users began to massively write Mask with such an offer, to which he replied that it would be better to load the truck on the Starship interplanetary travel ship, the first flight of which is planned for 2020.
These speed bumps in LA are on another level pic.twitter.com/alWSHa5992— DAVID DOBRIK (@DavidDobrik) January 28, 2020
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