The sales of Elon Musk's new Tesla Convertible are shooting through the 'roof'

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 17 July 2023

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The Tesla Convertible can travel for 700 miles on a single tank of gas.

Elon Musk and his ingenious team at Tesla Motors have once again left the world agog with their latest creation – the ultra-modern Tesla Transformer Convertible!

Musk, the wizard behind the wheels, proudly announced that the new convertible features a built-in light mister, which provides a refreshing, misty breeze to the driver and passengers. But that's not all; hold onto your hats folks because here's the kicker – it comes complete with a Margarita maker! Yes, you heard that right, a Margarita maker right in your car! It's quickly become the car's most sought-after feature, making every road trip feel like a beachside fiesta.

And in a gesture as grand as the car itself, Elon Musk personally presented the very first Tesla Transformer Convertible off the assembly line to none other than President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden. It's safe to say they won't be missing Sunday mass anytime soon.

As for POTUS himself, he gleefully shared his plans for their new set of wheels: "Jill and I will be rolling up to church on Sundays in this fantastic machine, with two Secret Service agents lounging in the back seat and two more running beside the car, just in case we need a little extra horsepower!"

This is one ride that's transforming the way we think about cars, and who knows, maybe one day it'll transform into Optimus Prime and lead the Autobots into battle against the Decepticons!

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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