Hey Guys! I just wanted to ask if any of you had any kind of similar experience such as I had tonight. I was driving my car on a road and I heard a huge *BANG* and a ton of vibration from the back then lost all power to the wheels. The car still read normally, and when i put my foot on the accelerator, the orange part on the speedometer was showing this increased throttle, but i was not accelerating at all. I was able to coast safely into a parking lot after about 25ft. I then tried putting the car into park from drive, but the car would not shift, but then i put it into neutral and then put the parking brake on which held the car in place (i was on an incline). I just wanted to say at how happy I am, considereing the car might have just saved me from something much worse. I promptly called Tesla Roadside Assistance, at about 8:15 pm EST, and was greeted by a wonderful rep who was able to help me see what was wrong with the car, and who was able to get me a tow very quickly. I couldn't have imagined this happening in a better way. When I was waiting for the tow, I tried seeing what the bang sound was along with the vibration, so I got into the car, put my left foot on the brake, car into drive, and then pressed the accelerator pedal, to only find that the vibration happened along with a sound and feel as if the car's motor was disconnected from the actual wheels. After this I put the car back into neutral with the parking brake and then waited. I would just like to thank Tesla for helping me out so much by getting a tow to me quickly and able to get my car to a dealer as soon as possible. Feel free to ask any questions that I may not have already answered. But please tell me if this sounds familiar so I can start to understand what exactly happened. BTW: idk if this matters but, just in case it was a P85 with the 21inch. THANKS TESLA!!!! Mods feel free to put this in the appropriate place.