Just put a stinking comment on the article, actually. He may be right on the
autonomous vehicle issue but when he comes out with nonsense like 'the i8 is
challenging the MS as the eco car of choice' you have to take anything else he
says with a truck load of salt, let alone a pinch! MW
i commented and pointed out the i8 gets a masssive 15 miles electric
On Mon, 4/6/15, Martin WINLOW via EV email@example.com wrote:
Subject: Re: [EVDL] The Tesla Factor: Elon Musk Will Force Auto Industry To
Roll Out Self-Driving Cars Sooner Than
Well said Martin,
The i8 is a sheep in wolves clothing.
It is a very advanced body with a backward step regarding its drive.
How can such a light car use more fuel then my Ampera when in ICE mode!
Now a fully electric i8 would be of serious interest.
There is always a market for quality and Tesla will do fine as long as they
build the best product on the Market.
From: tomw via EV firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Monday, April 6, 2015 10:10 AM
Subject: Re: [EVDL] The Tesla Factor: Elon Musk
On Apr 6, 2015, at 8:10 AM, tomw via EV email@example.com wrote:
Don't know if this is the actual case, but I think it would
be easy for the management at Tesla to develop group think, forgetting that
most U.S. citizens don't live in silicon valley and work in high tech, and
Food for thought:
I tend to think he's right.
I also think that the first long-haul trucking company to adopt self-driving
rigs will thereby become the