What to do when Tesla goes off the road and the only way to fix a car would be to replace the batteries for € 20,000? If the money is not found, some of us might sell the car body to a scrap yard. Others, like the Finn Tuomas Katainen, decide to blow up their Tesla.
The case is reported on a domestic Youtube channel – and fine, mainly in Finnish – Bomb extensions with a new video released on Friday. The former owner of the used car says he only had about 1,500 kilometers to drive before the car crashed and froze.
Katainen’s car was towed for maintenance, which soon said that the only option was to replace the battery at a cost of 20 thousand euros. So Katainen said, “I’m going to blow this up, I’m not going to bring this back.”
The detonation was handled by bombers with 30 kilograms of dynamite. The blasting was carried out in an old quarry in Jaala, Kouvola. The stakes were directed so that the fragments flew mainly towards the rock, not into the auditorium.
Tuomas Katainen admits in the video that he would like to “blow up more” if he had to choose between blasting Tesla and working.
“Nothing was left,” the former owner snapped after the bang. Video of the events below. (If the video doesn’t appear, click here.)
There was time to report on the video of the bombers as the first media outlet for MTV.
Source: Tivi by www.tivi.fi.
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