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For the past few years, criticism and problems with Tesla models have continued to mount. The problem is that the customer service does not seem very adapted to this multiplication of the problems encountered (problems of finishes, mechanics or software). Problems that cross borders.
A small group of Norwegian owners therefore met on August 27 in order to alert the group’s CEO, Elon Musk. According to them, getting the attention of the multi-billionaire would solve all this embarrassment.
So they decided to send him a message via his favorite social network, Twitter. But beware, things are well done since Nordic creativity is in order.
Yes, by parking in strategic places, motorists have managed to write the word “HELP”. An inscription visible from the sky.
NORWEGIAN TESLA OWNERS ARE SUFFERING pic.twitter.com/2XkiIiG6df
— Erlend Morch (@monstermasten) August 27, 2022
Case to follow
This message has not yet been commented on by Tesla or by the very wealthy businessman, but it will not be long since the message posted by these angry owners is starting to gain momentum. To be continued…