Tesla Model 3’s Frunk Is Perfect For Changing Your Baby’s Diaper

One of the best things about not having an internal combustion engine is that it allows for a lot more room, both inside as well as outside the car.

For example, you not get more space for front and rear-seat occupants, but you also get a frunk (front trunk) right where the engine bay would be. While the frunk won’t do much to help you pack for a long holiday, it still offers decent storage capacity on certain EVs, such as the Tesla Model 3.

Now, if you’re a parent, you definitely know how difficult it can be to change your baby in the back seat of a car. Because child seats are mandatory (as they should be), you’re left with just one side of the rear seat that’s free, so you often need to get out and bend over considerably in order to perform the diaper change – unless you’re in a very spacious vehicle like a full-size SUV.

Also, changing a diaper should be done with the baby laying down on as flat a surface as possible, so it’s best that you don’t try to wing it and change your infant/toddler while also holding them in your arms.

While pretty much everybody had their own funny remark to make regarding this image sourced from the Tesla sub-reddit, all we can think of is how clever that woman was to use the funk. It provides her with a level surface, plenty of room to maneuver and she doesn’t need to bend over any more than she already did.

When it’s not busy housing a baby, the Model 3’s frunk can reportedly take in an airline carry-on bag, which is a pretty good achievement by Tesla.

 

  • Dr Strangefingger

    Hold on, did she leave the baby in there after the change of diapers???

    • Status

      Doesn’t everyone?

    • fabri99

      Well, I was just about to make the same joke. People ARE predictable…

  • Jay

    insert Model 3 shit joke.

  • Zandit75

    FFS, why do people feel the need to share stuff like this? Are they so afraid that people won’t accept them unless they are seen with a Tesla?
    The company is losing money hand over fist, there is no way they can survive with the way they are going.

    • Richard Alexander

      Yeah but early adopters. There is an endless supply of rich people. There will never be another recession.

  • Richard Alexander

    Hell No! There’s like a 1 in 4 chance that the car could burst into flames at any moment!

    • Six_Tymes

      hahahahaha!

  • brn

    Nice! Easy for mom and keeps things out of view of most others.

  • FUNNY AND ALARMING AT THE SAME TIME.

  • Merc1

    This is a tragedy waiting to happen.

    M

  • Six_Tymes

    who is the idiot who came up with the dumb “Frunk”. The rear Trunk is not called Runk. and then everyone follows the idiocy

    • Maximilian Norlande Rabbitt

      People like to shorten things

  • Leo76

    But, What US laws say about size of and design of the frunk?
    Shouldt this be NOK?

  • LeStori

    As it is in the front it is a Froot as the rear one would be a Boot. However the rear boot on an Alfa Roemo Alfetta GTV was even better. Did not even have to have the baby sideways.

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