That is true for all cars, not just Teslas. AC units cool air resulting in condensation. In humid climates like Hawaii, car AC units produce a lot of liquid water which is vented out the bottom of the vehicle.On a separate note, don't turn on the AC in the Tesla cars. It spills large amounts of water on the floor.
And more importantly, keep the fob in aluminum foil or away from the car so that hitting the accelerator doesn't turn the car on and run into/over anyone.
That is what truly scares me...
Apparently in China a child managed to drive a Model S and hit someone (I think they hit someone, my memory is a bit vague on this) inside a Tesla store.
This resulted in a lot of bad publicity for Tesla and some suspicion it may have been staged by someone with a grudge against Tesla but it just seemed to me like something that was bound to happen unless precautions (like keeping the fobs out of radio range) had been taken to ensure it could not.
Very nice article.
Personally, I haven't stepped foot inside a Tesla showroom, nor taken a test drive.
I know I'll instantly be hooked and I'm not quite ready to pull the trigger YET.