This is a true story. I'm not making it up. You can check with Tesla to see how many complains they are having and how many of those were not covered under warranty. This is a public company and they should be tracking these complains. I will get the exact part name and problem from the owner over this weekend and post it here.
My neighbor bought Tesla 3 months ago. He had some mechanical problem and took the car back. Tesla company told him that part is not covered under warranty. He end up paying $11K for replacing that part.