Edit: I read it once more and a "would you join a visitor survey" popped up. Great! I provided some feedback.
Last edited by VolkerP; 04-29-2012 at 11:44 PM.
It's a sign that things are currently relaxing regarding Tesla now that we are getting close to production and it looks like it will happen. Maybe even evchels will stop calling Elon a "showman" without as much "substance". (Source on request.)
Buying an EV is one thing, being able to drive it beyond city limits another...
This is how these kinds of articles should be handled. Well done to all concerned.
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I'm still amazed at the disinformation that will be spread by short sellers and analysts with a negative opinion on a stock. Here's the latest on TSLA:
Exactly which Tesla "dealer" did he talk to? Tesla's warranty doesn't cover the natural degradation of the battery? Unlike, of course, all other auto manufacturers who cover the natural wear on items like tires?
Sigh..... I'm so excited about my test drive on Saturday!
One thing that makes articles like this possible is unknowns. Unknowns are plentiful in Tesla's case. Skepticism is there, you can feel it.
Tesla will have answers to all unknowns tomorrow. They will become facts.
Then, we will discussing facts. This kind of articles will not be possible, the author would be discredited right away.
Tomorrow is that day.
Why is there so much nonsense surfacing now? Even amidst all the upgrades and positive reviews so much misinformation being spread. Who is paying these idiots to spread lies or just plain bad information? Tesla's New Model S Faces Competition: Video - Bloomberg
It's as if the stock won't budge until they have demonstrated earnings. Good news seems to be meaningless. What gives?
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