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Discussion in 'Model S' started by HustleSimmons, Aug 30, 2015.
I saw this in a parking a lot. Guess they are letting their Tesla goals be known.
Well.... There was a Tesla-Toyota partnership... Perhaps this was a "beta" [emoji14]
You have *got* to be kidding me...
Now that's just plain funny right there.
Good one Wonder if they are getting the Ludicrous upgrade?!
It's really the anti-keying holographic projector that you enable when parking in unfriendly areas.
Let's cut them some slack....TM is changing hearts about TM and EVs one driver at a time.
People used to do that with GTR badges (on cars that were not Nissan), but it's funny seeing the P85D badge being used. I guess it is a sign of a new era.
Absolutely. It's both amusing and heartening to see.
That's hilarious. I bet this is the second car of a P85D household that debadged. It's not that easy to come across the decals.
He probably stole it from a real p85d.
As a proud Corolla owner... lolololol
Does Tesla sell those badges to just anyone?
Such a humble person, didnt put P90D:biggrin:
Don't know if they sell to just anyone, but they're expensive. The P85 badge itself is $76. Don't know how much the 'P85D' badge costs.
Personally, I'd like to get the 'X' and create a P90X badge. But maybe they'll reserve that for the Model X.
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Probably because P90D badges are rare. Maybe they can get one from an S60 and rotate the '6' around. :biggrin:
Corolla with a P85D badge = Ludicrous mode:biggrin:
I am surprised all you Tesla fans missed this - it is clearly a Model X mule in disguise to fool the paparazzi as we know the other X mules are 'fakes'.
Or it is the revised Model S due out in a year or two or three......
I had all the badges on my original STi stolen off it while it was in the carpark at work. I feel sorry for whoever's car that badge probably came from.
One can order them as "parts" but this is NOT cheap. I ordered the single symbol "+" which I am going to add to myP85D when I get the "ludicrous" upgrade and just that single symbol cost $22.xx
That is just not right...