After watching this video: Tesla Model S Deliver and Complete Walk Around and Drive Part 32 of Many! Nosecone Removal - YouTube .....it does concern me a slight bit that anybody can just pop the nosecone off (with their fingers or a credit card) and then disconnect the 12V battery with a wrench. Once disconnected there goes any remote monitoring of the car, and disabling any alarm system that might be installed. Somebody could just tow it away. In any other car, you need to break into the car first and then pop the hood or trunk. Am I missing something? Is there a mechanism that prevents the nosecone from popping off unless the frunk is opened? EDIT - I know what I'm missing.... you probably can't get to the actual battery from there (my S85 isn't here yet). So disconnecting the nosecone battery post won't do anything, although somebody could short out the battery if they wanted. Where is the battery physically located?