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Tesla: Disgruntled Norwegian Customers Reportedly Went on Hunger Strike

In Norway, the country where the electric car reigns, very disgruntled Tesla customers decided to challenge Elon Musk in a rather shocking way. Are American electric car owners really on a hunger strike? Even if it is difficult to answer this question, they succeeded, knowing that the boss of Tesla Inc., would answer them indirectly, rather dryly, literally and figuratively.

Under the slogan of “Tesla’s hunger strike”, owners of “made in the USA” electric vehicles have banded together to complain about the site of the same name as their main support. The last one featured a long list of Tesla-related inconveniences as a message to Elon Musk.

In Norway, winter temperatures can drop well below 0°. According to teslaunderstrike.com, this will be a major problem for Tesla owners: “Car won’t start in cold weather” and “Door handles won’t open in cold weather.” French for “Car won’t start in cold weather” and “Door handles won’t open in cold weather.” That’s not all, because there are a total of 30 claims against Tesla, and the carmaker’s Norwegian customer service from across the Atlantic, among other things, is spared: “Tesla promises to contact you, but you don’t hear from them.” Norwegian motorists who driving Tesla, apparently also very unhappy with faulty charging stations.

Finally, known for his quirky side, Elon Musk would indirectly and rather dubiously respond to the complaints of Norwegians shared on Twitter with the following message: “On the advice of a good friend, I fasted periodically and I feel healthier. Indeed, Erlen Morch’s tweet is dated August 28, and Elon Musk is dated August 29 …

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Photo: teslaunderstrike.com and LesVoitures.com

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