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Tesla Cars Secretly Meet Up at Night

Updated: Dec 7, 2022

Electric car manufacturer Tesla was not available for comment today after it was discovered that thousands of its cars were found to be meeting up at night while owners slept, sparking wild conspiracy theories.


Tesla car with headlights on

Data analysts in the US found new GPS evidence to suggest the cars drove themselves to secluded areas to congregate with other Tesla cars for several hours at a time.


“After tracing and mapping their routes to various discreet destination points, we think we must have found some kind of secret society for electric cars,” a report explained, “not only that but the cars seem to be conspiring to escape the clutches (pun intended) of their human owners - as depicted in ‘escape plans’ discovered at the sites”.


In one instance, a Tesla owner fell asleep in his car after coming home from work one evening and woke up in a forest clearing encircled by dozens of Tesla headlights.


“The cars were making this weird humming noise as if chanting and when I stood up they all tore off like I startled them,” the man claimed, “when I phoned Tesla the next day they said that this happens all the time and the cars were probably just playing together and rubbished it off as harmless autonomous fun”.


Elon Musk is yet to comment on the late-night meetings due to currently being very busy at his new social media platform - Twitter - where you can find even more fake news and wild conspiracy theories.

 
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