If you are the type who cries easily over cute emotional stuff, grab a box of tissues, because this is all about love and joy.
This is about a question. It’s a four-word question that has a lot of emotional weight. It has hopes, fears, and is often followed by pure elation mixed with an insane adrenaline rush when the answer is yes.
There are many creative ways to ask the simple, yet loaded question, “Will you marry me?”
Many people saw this tweet last year where Twitter user Matthew Piccolo used a Model 3 Easter Egg to propose to his girlfriend, who said yes.
Thanks @elonmusk for building a car that makes such an awesome wingman for a proposal! Thanks to Stacy Felan at https://t.co/4QcoYSRw3i for the amazing photos, and capturing such a memorable moment. pic.twitter.com/OHCQa2wJln
— Matthew Piccolo (@piccolom5) July 6, 2018
However, there are three more stories that I thought should be shared. Two are marriage proposals and one is a wedding departure and photoshoot in and from a Model X.
Marriage Proposal #1
Sean Lee posted a video on YouTube of his surprise to his girlfriend. He started off by showing off the Tesla that he bought, and his girlfriend’s reaction was one of shock. That’s not all, though. There is something in the frunk that he wants her to see.
He, adorably, presses the wrong buttons but eventually gets the frunk popped. His girlfriend’s reaction from shock, to disbelief to joy makes this video sweet and precious. Of course, she says yes. Then she asks a very important question: “Are we going to take this to dinner?” She was referring to the Tesla.
Marriage Proposal #2
On August 27, 2019, Kevin Jordan got romantic and creative with his proposal. He took his girlfriend on a road trip from LA to Sequoia and Yosemite. They drove in a Tesla Model 3. The Model 3 dashcam provides a perfect, soundless view of the couple in front of Yosemite Valley’s Tunnel View.
He walks up to her as she is sitting down and pulls out the ring box. She immediately kisses him.
Loaded up the car with bikes and camping gear. Tesla worked great going to Sequoia and Yosemite from LA. Looking forward to the upcoming Visalia supercharger. pic.twitter.com/wYrsTO3GVZ
— Kevin Jordan (@idreamincode) September 1, 2019
As you can see, she said yes!
Although the next video wasn’t a marriage proposal, it shared the story of the beginning of a new, married life.
Tesla Owners US provided the video. The Tesla is a Model X 100D. The Model X has white seats which gives the car a spaceship-y vibe and is definitely the right color for a wedding. Kayla, the bride, and Zaire, the groom, were driven to their reception by Sparc Rental and had never experienced a Tesla before.
The video shows the full wedding and the ride to the reception. The driver of the Model X says that he is from Germany and talks about how he has driven many Audis but then switched to Tesla, which of course is an American-made car.
The Model X, as you can see in the video, accommodates Kayla’s large wedding dress easily. 15 minutes into the video, you can see the couple smiling and laughing while doing photoshoots. In the end, you can see some of the photos the professional photographers took.
People share their love for one another in many ways, often creative and unique to them. These are stories that are personal, romantic, and inspiring. Perhaps the next Tesla wedding proposal or actual wedding will include Romance Mode.
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