Many aspects of life are unpredictable, including sinkholes, the stock market, and natural catastrophes
When a Tesla Model Y owner's Tesla fell into a sinkhole in Taiwan, it may have been
A Twitter video captures the situation as it happens with the unfortunate owner loses his nearly brand-new EV
Although sinkholes are uncommon, your chances are higher if you are using an electric SUV.
Simple: heavier automobiles have a higher propensity to cause sinkholes than lighter ones.
A Tesla Model Y can be seen parked on the side of the road in Zhubei City, Hsinchu County,
A few seconds into the video, the Tesla is swallowed whole when the earth beneath it collapses.
With approximately a yard to spare, the SUV falls to its left side, about the full width of the car
As a result, the sinkhole is around 10 feet deep. The Model Y is the only victim of the event because
the cars parked in front or behind the Tesla are unharmed. Despite this, there was a bright spot
neither the Model Y's owner nor any bystanders in the danger area were inside the car.
While the video makes it look like the ground had a grudge against the vehicle,
the conditions that led to the sinkhole started to materialize long before the Tesla parked there.
Caving in the ground are caused by a variety of factors, including natural geological processes