I have 2015 S 85D. A couple of weeks ago I drove through torrential rain. It was really raining heavily - I could only drive at 25mph. I did not drive into a puddle, but there was a layer of water on roadway. I received "Car may not restart - service required message on MCU. I pulled into a gas station, under a canopy and put the car in park. The car did not restart after that and I had it towed to Tesla Service Center. The next day I received a message from service center that Rapid Mate Connector on car side has failed due to water ingress. A day after I was told that it also needs new HV battery. Service center sent me a bill for $23600 and is currently waiting on estimate from my insurance co. I don't mind filing an insurance claim, except for $500 deductible, but isn't this battery issue should be covered under the battery warranty? Isn't this in-line with Elon's statement that "All unintentional damage to battery is covered under the warranty"? After all, the car was driven in the normal conditions - it was raining heavily, but I didn't flood the car. Anyone has an experience / opinion on this?