This genuinely curious and at first skeptical lady questioned a Tesla Model X owner for over two minutes on just how exactly those marvelous falcon doors worked.
If you own or are planning to buy a Tesla Model X anytime in the near future, be prepared to know exactly how your Falcon wing doors operate and get ready to offer a demonstration at a moment’s notice. That’s what former Citrix CEO and owner of Tesla Model X owner number three found out when EvAndMore.com highlighted his particular Tesla in one of their recent video uploads. Check out the video below and try to keep an open mind on this woman’s persistent line of questioning.
The video went viral when an aptly named thread popped up on Reddit titled “Video of the most annoying human theoretically possible” started gaining momentum on /r/videos. To gain an idea just how patient Mark Templeton was during this entire impromptu inquisition, we’ve gone ahead and listed every question and comment that this lady made in the span of less than two minutes.
- Do they work in every garage?
- Because I feel like in every garage people have got to squeeze in.
- This is not like a Lamborghini?
- Aren’t there some that open up like sports, car but not really?
- And that’s the way those annoying Lamborghini’s open?
- Is that mainly for safety?
- So even if you’re parking really tight in those minute garages, you’re not going to ding somebody?
- …because I feel like the way they park, you’ve got somebody right here.
- Would you still be able to open it?
- …they park too close.
- So how does it open now?
- You press it?
- I’m pushing it?
- OK, so you would need about the normal amount of space.
- But you don’t want to park in the first floor.
- So how long have you had it?
- Didn’t just this come out.
- This is the first one I’ve seen in person…
While some commenters berated the woman for being rude to Mark, not allowing him to get a word in edgewise, others thought (as do we) that she was just generally interested.
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At the end of the day, we think the real web gem that came out of this entire little interview was a Mark’s glasses getting knocked off by the Model X’s door as it swung past him.
Hat tip to you Mark for being a model Tesla Model X owner.