We got about 20 inches of water in our garage yesterday. So now the car is completely dead and unresponsive. Already called technical support. He said the car put itself into "shutdown mode". Before it happened the car popped the front and back trunks. But neither is fully open - just partially engaged. The tech said I'll have to wait for Tesla to tow it and open it manually somehow. It's not urgent that I get inside but I'd like to air out the car and remove the floor mats and other things. The way things are here, it might be several days before Tesla can tow and service the car. Anyone have any idea if there is a way to get into the cabin without breaking a window? When the water was about 10 inches high I tried to move it, but the car gave me an error message / warning about the 12v battery being low - so the car at that time would not move out of Park.