I went into my apartment garage and tried to open the trunk with the key fob, nothing. Tried to open the door, nothing. Disconnected the charger, tried to open or lock the door and trunk again, nothing. Put the key in the door (it's underneath in the middle pointing straight up for those of you unfamiliar) and set off the alarm while trying to open it. I entered my PIN and silenced the horn, and tried to start the car. Not much. After several tries and even opening the door, I was able to get the info screen to come on. There was an unusual chime but no warnings or faults on the screen. The dashboard remained black and headlights would not light when the key was in the on position, and the PDRN buttons lit for a moment but went dead. After I re-connected the charge cable and disconnected it, I was able to get the dash lights and headlights come on by turning on the car, then turning it off and leaving the key in the ignition, but they would not remain on with the key in the on position. The symptoms changed several times as I tried again and again to start it... sometimes the info screen stayed off, which scared me, so when I was finally able to get it to come on again, I put it in tow mode. The trunk won't open, nor will the glovebox. I loaded the logs into a thumb drive and uploaded them to Tesla service. They're going to get back to me. Their first guess is that possibly my recently-replaced remote unit (inside the car) that detects the fob signals has died and the car isn't recognizing the key, but this came from a non-technician who told me he's not in a position to be certain of that... it's just a guess so far. I was headed to the track tomorrow, leaving tonight... it's the last Wednesday night drag at Brainerd International Raceway for the year and it would have been my first drag race... what a drag. Sigh. At least it died at home, in the relative security of my own parking space indoors, but I can't lock the car now that I've opened it. Which is really more annoying than anything... I'm locked out of the trunk and the glovebox, and anybody can get into my car and screw with it now. Grr.