I managed to hit a pot hole while making a right turn at ~10 km per hour. Not too fast, but I could not judge the depth of the pot hole because it was full of water. My new model S bottomed out with a hit ~2 feet behind the right front wheel. After I could hear a scraping sound from the impact area. On inspection, I could see that a plastic strip was dragging on the road from the under carriage. Fortunately there are no other signs of damage. It seems to be just a piece of plastic trim that runs the length of the battery chamber, but I do not know if it could lead to further issues. Does anybody know what this plastic piece of trim does? I have a temporary repair with a sturdy piece of gun tape holding the damaged piece of plastic to the underbelly. Thinking of just cutting off the damaged piece of plastic. Any suggestions.