I know many of our readers are currently cross-shopping the Tesla Model S with many other cars now, and, based on emails we get, one of the biggest concerns has to do with if livestock can be crammed in the Tesla’s front trunk (also known as a frunk or tront). Well good news! you can, and there’s video proof.

Our friends in Kazakhstan, Motor.kz, sent us this charming video of what seems to be some people happily chatting about the Tesla’s frunk while removing two plastic bags which seem to be full of dead something, then placing a hog-tied sheep into the trunk:

The sheep is most likely doomed, since the email that accompanied this video stated

PS: The animal probably ate as bought it specifically for the holiday called Eid Eid.

... so, I hope you didn’t get to attached to that sheep. If this sort of customer — the sheep transporter — is one Tesla wants to pursue, they should consider integrating a whole optional humane slaughtering system in the trunk, with a mesh sluicing grate for the floor of the trunk and a rapid-dispatching blade system that’s activated when the trunk is closed.

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You cram in a sheep, close the trunk lid, hear some whirring sounds, and wait for the blood to come cascading out the bottom of the car, indicating a humane slaughter has just occurred. And it probably only consumes a mile or two of range!


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