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Tesla Model S:
The Tesla Model S is an all-electric luxury sedan and the first vehicle developed from the ground up by Tesla. The Tesla Roadster was the first vehicle developed by Tesla, but it was based on a chassis by Lotus.
Tesla’s vehicles are rarely stolen thanks to its always-on advanced GPS tracking feature. However, there are always a few non-techie thieves or joyriders who make the mistake and it can result in some satisfying justice.
Another example recently happened in Los Angeles thanks to quick thinking from the Tesla owner and his lawyer – though luck was also a large part of how they caught the thief, which leads us to a feature request for Tesla.
Alex Dracup of Dracup & Patterson Law Corporation told Electrek that the firm’s client left his Tesla Model S 70D at a “Secure” parking lot at the Los Angeles Airport before leaving the country. The owner left his key fob with the parking company.
Out of the blue, the owner decided to check on his car with the Tesla mobile app and to his surprise, the vehicle was nowhere near the parking lot.
Instead, it was being driven around in Crenshaw several miles from the airport, Dracup told Electrek.
The owner then reached out to Dracup and gave him access to his Tesla account so he could track the car himself with the Tesla app. He told Electrek:
“Once I got ahold of the police and got access to the Tesla app from the Client, I was able to direct the police to the exact location of the car. The car started to drive and I was giving the operator live updates to its location and they were able to find the car in seconds with the air traffic controller.”
He then says the police were able to send a squad car to intercept the Tesla in a few minutes and pull it over.
According to Dracup, the police were so impressed with his ability to track the car that in the confusion, he thought he worked for Tesla.
They are now investigating what led them to have the key fob and take the vehicle, but the leading theory right now is that it could have been an inside job at the parking lot and more about taking the vehicle on a joyride than actually stealing it for good.