A few months ago I dubbed it 'the skidmark'Did we name the line across the vault cover that is always there yet? That dusty looking spot. (Seen on this RC one)
fashion tells us longitudinal stripes make you appear widerI'd prefer "racing stripe"
It’s very rarely used. It would be the equivalent to you putting a trash an washing station in your garage. I think they would only need to certify like one out of every 25000 vehicles to ensure their design and manufacturing aren’t faulty. I can’t imagine they test every vehicleNo water ingress testing booth inside of a brand new factory?
Why would the specific location of the water ingress testing both matter one iota?I have worked at vehicle assembly plants. We had a requirement to water test a certain amount of completed vehicles on every shift. It is unusual (to me) that the factory would not have a water test booth inside of the plant. Maybe they do, and the existing booth cannot fit the CT?
My posts are only meant to comment and/or contribute to the conversation. No shade is intended. I have owned two Tesla vehicles, and have enjoyed them both.Why would the specific location of the water ingress testing both matter one iota?
I've noticed a lot of your posts attempt to throw shade on Tesla, but without any real ammunition. It's habitual.
Being exposed to the elements is hardly releveant to a booth specifically designed to flood a car with high volumes of water under pressure. It's already designed to withstand the elements.IMHO, if a dedicated test booth is outside, then it is exposed to the elements. This would cause the need for additional maintenance and their resultant costs.