If you were scrolling through Twitter or Reddit on Sunday morning, you most likely caught the incident from several angles, and many internet users had something to say about it.
One tweet jokingly captioned the event “My boy had a Tesla rally last night. I was supposed to co-host. Glad I didn’t go. I’m old and washed now. These kids today are wild”.
The owner of one of the parked cars, a Subaru, has started a GoFundMe to raise $20,000 so it can be replaced. Meanwhile, popular Tesla YouTuber Alex Choi has apparently filed a copyright strike against the Subaru owner, making it impossible to watch the YouTube video attached to his GoFundMe page.
This isn’t the first time a Tesla vehicle has “caught air.” In September 2018, a DEA plane collided with a Tesla Model X owner in Texas, but the driver attested to the electric vehicle’s “safety rating,” which evidently ensured that no further harm could be done to them, according to Electrek.
Neither Tesla nor Elon Musk has made any statement about the event.