Tesla owners celebrate Halloween in some creative ways [Gallery / Video]
Happy Halloween! Okay... for this Halloween, we'd like to bring you a fun gallery of Tesla owners who've been showing off their Teslas for the holiday. And, even though the Tesla Model S had a refresh "facelift" last year — it actually turns out that the older Model S front nose cone grille actually lends itself nicely to some spooky Halloween trickery. In any event, check out how some Tesla owners are celebrating their Halloween.
How did Tesla owners dress up their Tesla halloween? Take a look at our gallery. Yes, some used the nose cone, but, if you're a newer 2016 facelift owner don't fret — you can still park your Model S in your driveway in "ghost mode" to scare trick-or-treaters when approaching, or, just open your frunk and add some pumpkins, jaws or ghoulish decorations. Or, if you're a soon-to-be Tesla owner (or Tesla fan), you can get creative carving some pumpkins. To that end, check out the featured video. It's a must-see video of a haunted Tesla Model S carved into a creepy pumpkin — very, very cool — scroll down below and check it all out...
Images: nzcutr, Kay Talley, notankztesla, kalhomoud, tesla_model_customs, teslamotors_uae, plugshare, Darren Lawecki's "Duracell" Tesla (photo: Steve Furniss), Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin's pink "Batmobile" Tesla should come out tonight for Halloween too! (Image: InsideEVs)
Above: Internet Dude
So hopefully a few of these pics will give you some creative ideas for Halloween. And don't worry... if you're too lazy to carve pumpkins or dress up your Tesla in a crazy new outfit, no problem — you can always take your Tesla out for a leisurely drive and look for a muscle car. That's right, just pull up next to any gas-guzzling muscle car revving the engine at a stop light. Put your Tesla into "Ludicrous" mode, get ready to race, look over, and when he sees your Tesla leap off the line, you'll surely scare the bejesus out of him!