On Jan. 7, a group of car owners ran into a Tesla showroom in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu to protest what appears to be the biggest price drop ever for the company’s locally-made Model Y and Model 3 vehicles. Dozens of angry customers have demanded a compensation package including 100,000 kilometers (62,137 miles) of free supercharger credits, 1 million credits that can be used to buy Tesla merchandise, and free full self-driving software subscription packages for life. On Jan. 6, Tesla cut prices across the company’s lineup in China, with the long-range version of the Model Y crossover and rear-wheel version of the Model 3 sedan seeing overnight price reductions of RMB 48,000 and RMB 36,000 ($7,088 and $5,316), respectively. [Huxiu, in Chinese]