This Tesla Roadster Fan Got a Ride Thanks to Make-a-Wish Foundation

Some people are into cars from day one, like Jordan here. Jordan is a pretty big fan of the Tesla electric vehicle brand and, more specifically, the Tesla Roadster. When Jordan wanted to use his Make-A-Wish Foundation wish to ride in a Tesla, one YouTube star stepped up to make it happen.

The Make-A-Wish Foundation helped get Jordan into a Tesla Roadster

The Tesla Roadster electric vehicle
A view of the Tesla Roadster 2.5 shown at the Geneva Motor Show | Jean-Marc ZAORSKI/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

In case you don’t know of the nonprofit organization called the Make-A-Wish Foundation, it is a program that helps fulfill the wishes of sick children. For the most part, children aged two to 18 are eligible. Jordan received a wish from Make-A-Wish Foundation and requested that he get to hop in a Tesla Roadster!

Enter the “What’s Inside?” YouTube channel that happens to have a Tesla Roadster on hand. Dan Markham is the founder of the super popular channel. Jordan has watched the YouTube channel thanks to the Roadster videos that What’s Inside? posts. Jordan was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and has been in treatment. The Tesla fan is now five years old and hopes to head to kindergarten next year.

Jordan loves cars, “especially fast ones.” He has a dog named Marley, loves to play games, and enjoys eating his favorite foods: waffles, pancakes, and chicken nuggets. He walked in wearing a Tesla motors shirt and was ready to roll.

The Tesla Roadster was in good company with a bunch of other Tesla products

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Jordan went straight to the garage after exploring the house a bit. He found a garage full of Tesla electric vehicles. He noted the Tesla R80 Roadster in red, a blue Tesla Model Y, a Tesla CyberQuad, a white Model X, a black Tesla Model S, a wall charger signed by Elon Musk himself, and even a Tesla Supercharger.

For someone who loves Tesla EVs, Jordan hopped right in the Model S and started pressing buttons on the screen. Jordan then went over to the Roadster to see how it worked. He was into the charging port and the interior of the Roadster. So the pair set off on an adventure as Jordan proclaimed he “loved going fast.”

“That’s a fast Roadster!” Jordan seemed pretty pleased with the speed of the electric vehicles. “I know all about Teslas,” he noted. Jordan said his favorite is the Model X with the falcon-wing doors.

Shout out to the Make-A-Wish Foundation for facilitating this wish

Jordan managed to hop in the Tesla Model Y and whip out an easter egg that the owner didn’t even know about. After noticing his favorite Model X with the cool doors, he requested a ride in there too. Markham and his family took him for a ride in all of the cars and even got to peek at the Christmas light show.

When asked if Jordan wanted to see Elon Musk or Dan Markham of What’s Inside? Jordan chose the What’s Inside? family. The family invited him to the house and even shared the golf room, but it wasn’t as interesting as the Tesla motors electric vehicles. Make-A-Wish Foundation took the family on vacation to ride in his favorite Tesla Roadster electric vehicle. Keep it up, Jordan, and good luck in kindergarten this year!

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