I am doing the permanently so I may use the scooter to get around when I am charging. The reason I am asking about the weight is I want to make sure the scooter is not compressing the floor area against any electronics underneath it that may effect the normal operation of the carI'm not sure what the max wt is, but I don't see why not. I have definitely come close to 50 lbs for road trips without any issue. Are you planning on doing this as a permanent solution or just to move the scooter from a to b once?
That is very helpful. Thank you. I feel more confident in doing so now.Take a look at this video,at 5:16. This is what is under the frunk plastic tub. I've done this exact procedure to put a filter in my X and I can tell you the tub itself is really solid and it sits on, and screws into, the car's frame on both sides. I personally would have no concerns putting a 50 lb scooter in the frunk especially since that weight is distributed over the entire tub.
My Model X was making a terrible fan noise and it turned out that it was because we had loaded around 150lbs of camping gear in the frunk. Tesla just called to let us know this was too much. They removed the gear and the noise went away, but they called me to say that it's throwing "isolation alerts" so it won't drive. They'll need to charge me another 1-2 hrs of labor to diagnose @ $150/hr.
Anyone familiar with these "isolation alerts"?