What’s Inside A Tesla Surfboard? Let’s Take A Look: Video


Let’s destroy a brand new surfboard.

Sounds like a silly plan. It’s even sillier when you consider that this particular surfboard is a Tesla. Not only that, it’s a limited-run, collectible item that costs a ton of money.

Let’s destroy it anyways.

Why would someone destroy a brand new Tesla surfboard? The answer: to see what’s inside. Perfectly fitting for the What’s Inside YouTube channel.

This surfboard from Tesla was limited to just 200 units made. It sold for $1,500 a pop, but the one in the video cost even more. What’s Inside paid a whopping $3,000 for this board. For that amount of money, you might expect it to have Autopilot. It does not. And there are no Easter Eggs hidden within either.

After testing it out in the surf conditions, What’s Inside jumped on top of it in between two Teslas. It eventually broke into two pieces.

The Tesla surfboard has an EPS core, a layer of fiberglass and even some carbon fiber. Basically, it’s just like any other surfboard. But it does have that Tesla logo.

Video description:

Tesla made 200 limited edition surfboards, We try to surf it then CUT IT OPEN!

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4 Comments on "What’s Inside A Tesla Surfboard? Let’s Take A Look: Video"

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It’s videos like this that make me want to put money in the GoFundMe for a DDoS botnet to kick YouTube off the internet for 24 hours.

Could you have tested the board with a real swell. A kook in ankle high waves is not surfing.

Should do the sales pitch after the video or at halfway point, never did watch the video.

Nothing but money to burn.

Poor Surfboard never had a chance.