I talk to him occasionally. My car looks nothing like his. I did not wrap it.
I made a video linked below about looking at my paint. Spoiler: it's pretty boring, and I find a little rust on the bolts in the trunk. In the second video linked below, you can see I get a lot of dirt stuck up in the rear aero shield
Yes I remeberabout your videos, I even subscribed to your YT account.
About the Checking Paint Chips and Rust After 18,000 Miles of Highway and Dirt Road Driving at the 10:40,
I noticed the same rust on one of the bolt. I suppose it a galvanisation issue between the iron bolt and the aluminium wheelhouse.
One of the bolt must have not been correctly insulated? I wonder if there is a way to fixing without created more problem.
About the I found 15 Pounds of Dirt in my Tesla Model 3 | Shocks | Tires | Brakes After Dirt Road Driving, I noticed that the
rear diffuser has been a little bit redesigned to include a trap access for the exported models vith a tow hitch.
I wonder if the diffuser prevent now to have so much dirt and mud entering into this area.
I think that a little splatch guard near the area behind the rear wheels could protect better against getting some mud?
Also, I wonder why not to have some small holes at the bottom of the diffuser to drain any water.
I saw some report of Model 3 losing their rear bumper after passing in a large puddle.