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Hatch Privacy Cover automation request for Tesla

Discussion in 'Model S: Interior & Exterior' started by Krypto Kat, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. Krypto Kat

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    Add strings that lift the hatch privacy cover along with the hatch. (Like in my BMW i3). Don't have to fold or lift the privacy cover as it is raised and lowered along with the hatch.
     
  2. TexasEV

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    Strings? That would definitely offend Elon's design aesthetic (and mine).
     
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    Even if he can make them from cosmic rock fibers and mimic falcon wings when they open?
     
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    How did you attach it to the shelf? I read elsewhere that someone used one of those retractable ID badges.
     
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    The "hook" side of some Velcro fabric tape attached to the underside of the shelf. A little of it sticking out with a tiny hole to thread the fishline through.

    Turns out that the lining in the trunk is also well "looped" for attaching Velcro. Nice!
     
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  9. skitch23

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    Cool. Thanks! I just happen to have some of that. I bought some strips the other day to line the inside part of my door handle with the fuzzy side of the velcro. Hoping to not burn my fingers off come summer :)
     

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