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  • "Bricked" Tesla Roadsters Brought Back to Life!

    I'm sure there's some Tesla owners in here who might find this article and video interesting as will the techie geeks..... this is about Gruber Motors bringing Tesla's back to life. According the the article Tesla's aren't "serviceable" with regard to Batteries and Control Modules. The only options are $30K and up replacement battery packs or $10K control modules. They started out on Tesla Roadsters and are now branching out into the other models.

    Here's the article https://www.msn.com/en-us/autos/enth...ZTk?li=BBnb4R5

    And the YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V_kk...ature=youtu.be
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    Well I didn't have a clue what a "Bricked" Telsa Roadster was, but of course Google gave me more information than I cared to read...tell me again why electric is the future?
    Jim / NW Ohio
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      Originally posted by Tripp74 View Post
      Well I didn't have a clue what a "Bricked" Telsa Roadster was, but of course Google gave me more information than I cared to read...tell me again why electric is the future?
      Well, Porsche has taken deposits on 30,000 electric Taycans, which are rated at 600hp. They only sold 35,000 ICE 911s last year, so the future of electrics is looking good to the folks in Zuffenhausen.
      SR
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