Testing Tesla Model S Bioweapon Defense Mode Against Durian – Video


Bioweapon Defense Versus Durian

Bioweapon Defense Versus Durian

We’ve seen the scientific results from Tesla on its Bioweapon Defense Mode filtration system, but how does it fare against durian?

Bjorn Nyland decided to test out Bioweapon Defense against durian to see if the filtration system was capable of removing the highly offensive odors. The system worked immediately, with all traces of the odors gone within seconds of activation.

Video description:

“Tesla Model S 70D facelift with bioweapon defense mode tested against durian.”

For those who don’t know how offensive the smell of durian is considered to be, here’s a brief description of durian (via Wikiepedia) by┬áTravel and food writer Richard Sterling:

“…its odor is best described as pig-shit, turpentine and onions, garnished with a gym sock. It can be smelled from yards away. Despite its great local popularity, the raw fruit is forbidden from some establishments such as hotels, subways and airports, including public transportation in Southeast Asia.”

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I can verify that durian is explicitly banned on Hong Kong subways. You know it’s bad when they go out of their way to mention “no durian”.

Does the blower control normally go to 11? If not, that is awesome….


Many hotels in southeast Asia don’t allow their guests to bring durians into their rooms. But if one can get past the odor, the flavor is pretty nice.

I love em.!

I wonder if it would have fixed the infamous bad car smell ala Seinfeld:

Obviously some people have really too much free time and money than they should …

How did he get a Durian in Norway? I really must try to get one in Germany. I have heard so much about these things that I am getting really curious.

Every country has a chinatown.

It isn’t necessarily a Chinese thing… It is more a SE Asian thing.

Prejudice is useless. As a matter of fact, there’s no Chinatown in Oslo (nor anywhere else in Norway AFAIK). There are several Asian-themed supermarkets, but certainly no Chinatown.

In Malaysia, some taxi driver don’t allow durian either in their cabin or trunk.

I don’t find it all that special. Certainly not a fan of the smell.

Although the durian candies are slightly more tolerable.

I ban Duran Duran from my car… ?

LOL~This guy’s facial expression is priceless!!

Next time…less durian more wifey…please

Did he try placing durian in a control Tesla without HEPA, or in a “normal” car?