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Discussion in 'Model 3: Driving Dynamics' started by Jayers, Sep 15, 2019.
The vehicle was totaled. $35,000 in damages. Due to damaged nodes.
When did you order your new one?
Thanks for following up. No surprises here. Learned about what nodes are today. Learn something new every day!
@Daniel in SD definitely called it on the subframe damage.
A little late to the game. Wow, I woulda said repairable. But I’m glad you’re ok
So what are “nodes”?
US9352785B2 - Subframe configured to detach upon impact - Google Patents
Thanks for that, Alan. Yet another reason Teslas are so safe. Wow, the safety engineering that went into our cars is really next level kinda stuff. Gives me a warm fuzzy every time the wife drives the kids somewhere in the Model 3.
Yep. No injuries nor was there any damage to the interior or any of the glass. I ended up getting a new one within 3 days as they ruled the truck was at fault right away.