Poor Tesla Model 3 Design Turns Your Trunk Into A Pool After Raining

Tesla, Inc. is an American company based in Palo Alto, California that specializes in electric car manufacturing and through its SolarCity subsidiary, solar panel manufacturing. As of this year, Tesla sells Model S, Model X, and Model 3 cars. Now, over the course of the years, the company has been accused many times of designing cars for the Californian climate. Quite recently, a video was uploaded to YouTube in which the owner of a Tesla Model 3 demonstrated one major design flaw that has probably been overlooked by the engineers.

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An owner of a Tesla Model 3 has demonstrated a major design flaw in the car

Image credits: Bjørn Nyland

The video was uploaded on YouTube and the owner of the car shows the inconvenience he witnesses whenever it’s raining. The video already has almost half a million views and more than 700 comments and was shared on various social media platforms.

Apparently, while designing the car, rainy conditions were not taken into consideration

Image credits: Bjørn Nyland

Bjørn Nyland owns the Tesla Model 3 and apparently, the shape of the trunk is a total design fail for those who live outside of sunny California.

As the video shows, the belongings in the car’s trunk got wet after opening it

Image credits: Bjørn Nyland

Bjørn has shown what happens to him all the time when the trunk of the car is opened after it has been raining – the result is sad but at the same time, hilarious.

Watch the video for yourself

Image credits: Bjørn Nyland

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