Zythryn wrote:lorenfb wrote:
It's from here; http://insideevs.com/tesla-model-x-crash-test/
That's the deer accident Tesla X being referenced, right Guy?
"Deer accident"? I suppose it can be described that way.
More accurately that is the accident in which the Model X hit a deer at 70 mph, then a tree.
The passenger was able to open the door, then open the driver's side falcon wind door. No injuries to passenger, driver suffered an injury from the deer striking him.
The question relates to what appears to be a sheared away rear body section of the Model X, i.e. Did the rear body section
break from the front body section at or near where the glass moon-roof ends and where the falcon wing doors pivot from,
resulting in lost upper vehicle body integrity or is that just the left falcon wing door partially open?