Have yourself a sustainable little Christmas or Hanukkah or holiday celebration.
That’s what Tesla fans are all about this season with holiday light displays featuring Tesla products, Tesla Christmas cookies, lit-up Tesla Model 3s, and frunks (those are front trunks in electric vehicles) filled with presents.
Here are some of the ways the electric car enthusiasts and general Elon Musk fanatics are incorporating Tesla cheer into the holidays. Tesla charging stations even power Santa’s sled (see above photo).
A Model X performance comparable to “The Nutcracker”
Decorated Tesla Model 3 complete with holiday lights
Thank you Pajarito Environmental Education Ctr! View the DPU & PEEC solar sleigh in the Holiday Lights Parade. We powered all of the lights on this float — and the car — entirely with solar energy! Plus, we had fun playing with the Tesla’s cameras. Royalty free music: Bensound. pic.twitter.com/n8z3hmDgDi
— Los Alamos DPU (@LADPU) December 12, 2019
A Tesla ornament for the tree
“A Very Cyber Christmas” door
My office had a door decorating contest and we made a light up Tesla-inspired door called “A Very Cyber Christmas” with cyber reindeer, sleigh, and a scale Falcon Heavy! I hope to one day put a Cybertruck through its paces here in Alaska.
Hope you enjoy! pic.twitter.com/inEe1c628M
— DiedinTwitMo (@travis_neff) December 19, 2019
A Tesla Model 3 loaded with a Christmas tree
Tesla cookies for Santa (or Elon)
Converted “Noel” signage
And frunks full of toy donations
The club delivered the Fill the Frunk donations from our second annual Toronto Fire Fighters toy drive. 200 toys, $1750 in cash and $375 in gift cards!
This far exceeded our campaign from last year. Thank you to all that contributed and helped with this great cause. pic.twitter.com/yZ6uYeScfg
— Tesla Owners Ontario (@TeslaOwnersONT) December 15, 2019