Hey y'all! So about a month ago i was driving at midnight at about 40mph on a paved road. There was an object in the road and when i tried to swerve to avoid it, my M3 just didnt have the clearance and the composite got a little scraped up. Being that the car kept driving and no alerts happened, i figured all is good, checked up on the damage in the morning, no fluid leaks or dents visible. One month later i cant drive the car! 12 volt battery failure it says. Tesla tows it to their center and tells me they need 13 grand to get a new battery pack and replace the coolant. In the pictures below you can see the damage from the object i hit about a month ago. You'll notice the battery protector is not punctured. Youll notice that theres a little metal piece putting a little pressure on a coolant hose but there has never been a leak or anything like that. Wondering if ANYONE out there has an explanation for how my battery pack needs replacement when no connection to the 12 volt was damaged? PS battery has held same charge level as pre scrape.