Yes, very different, keef has been very consistent on what he is doing and why.
If NHTSA is still seeking information on the failures, and I think they are, TSLA is going to tank.
Elon is tweeting too much and his reactions are going to cost shareholders I'm afraid.
Is someone running around like a rich kid in a candy shop, without adult supervision by the boards and CFO really an excellent CEO?
Maybe he would make a great CTO, but he shouldnt be allowed to be CEO.
Great article in Forbes by Bertel Schmitt if you havent read it yet.
Someone had mentioned its time for the CFO and board to step up and reign Musk in a bit, but I dont think thats going to happen.
... lying is more likely since they tried to prevent / ignore the question.
Thanks for the comment on Hoerbiger. That statement indicated he is out of touch, or is just plain lying.
Either way, it shows a mental health decline.
Bigchain90 went over to the Tesla boards and invited us to hang out.
He said this was a safe investment and a sure thing.
So you think spamming the Tesla, and other message boards can actually move this junk stock up?
Cold weather issues are almost a year old!
Norwegian newspaper Dagens Näringsliv is now reporting that a number of Tesla Model S owners are experiencing charging failures in the cold weather. It’s exactly as it sounds: despite being plugged in, the cars’ batteries steadfastly refuse to accept charge from the mains.
The problem for Tesla is a significant one. Not only does it render the car useless – just imagine a gasoline car that didn’t have a fuel tank – but it also contradicts CEO Elon Musk’s assertion that his cars are natural performers in the cold (just ask Bjørn, or Arne – both make their Teslas work beautifully for them in Norway), offering unrivalled safety and uncompromised range.
It’s true that the Model S seems to suffer from cold weather less than other pure electric cars, and the company’s Superchargers are reportedly working perfectly. As such, Tesla claims that the Norwegian grid itself is “too sensitive”, and is updating Norwegian Tesla firmware to counter the problem.
Tesla’s claim tallies with the situation in the US, where temperatures have lately been colder than much of Norway, yet similar charging problems are yet to surface. Given Tesla’s perfectionist nature, it certainly isn’t beyond the realms of possibility that a nation’s power grid is the cause of this problem before the Model S. We’ll have to wait and see where this leads.
Tesla's are so fire prone that you cant even park them too close to a charger?
Who would ever park one unattended in their garage?