Tesla products may flout physics, but biology is proving tougher to dismiss. The phylum arthropoda is showing it can stand up to Tesla and its mighty Tesla Torque.™
A few days back, a Tesla Model X piloted by Greg from the Wiggles thoughtlessly stepped on a Lamborghini Mint Leaf Beetle (chrysolina herbacea) owned and piloted by a granary weevil (sitophilus granarius) named Yianni Charalambous.
But Yianni quickly opened his garage and dispatched a scurrying Lamborghini Six-Spotted Tiger Beetle (cicindela sexguttata) to avenge that loss by skillfully employing its six-legged propulsion system and power-to-weight ratio to defeat the Model X.
But wait! Deep in a California cave, Tesla Laboratory is bio-engineering a very nasty, fleet-footed creature called the Tesla ACR (American cockroach roadster). So this ain’t over, not by a longshot. Everyone knows this bug show ain’t over till the fat castor bean tick (ixodesricinus) sings.