Can you imagine how scary it would be if you were riding on a rocket using the same technology as the model X? If you even managed to reach the space station the doors wouldn't open.
"which Karpf noted handled the problems quickly and completely."
Wonder how long it would take if you weren't writing a Consumer Reports article. You can't call his car a lemon when so many of the others are having the same problems. You'd have to call the model X a lemon.
"I'm a woman and I never realized that men are actually the more jealous gender"
Sounds like you're getting all emotional.
" chime and a pop-up message on the center touchscreen display"
That's particularly useful when you're in a nearby building.
You may have stumbled on something. There are so very many accidents being reported one has to wonder why. After all, the only other explanation would be that something is wrong with the cars.
That's common here. Most posters never worked in retail and know little about retail - even basic things like fiscal years.
That's not fair to Hyundai. Their cars are styled for the present. Teslas look like they were inspired by 1989 Jaguars.
You could help reduce carbon emissions if you'd just stop exhaling.
Nuclear has been the best option for decades but the greens are against it. The usual politically correct anti-scientific thinking.
"Earth quakes are because of climate change?"
And hurricanes and tornadoes and melting arctic ice and accumulating antarctic ice and locusts.
You're not really supposed to ever open the windows. If you do then whatever happens is your own fault. It's too easy to just blame Tesla.
Consumer Reports rates electrics and hybrids on a "miles per gallon equivalent basis". Teslas come in at around 85 mpgE. Half a dozen other makes do better including two Ford models. This year the model S is no longer check rated.
The director of the Southern California Earthquake Center, Thomas Jordan, made an announcement recently that would have sent a chill down the spine of every Californian: that the San Andreas fault appears to be in a critical state and as such, could generate a large earthquake imminently.
Of course, the reiteration of the seismic hazard to Californians will be nothing surprising, but what is new is the warning that the southern portion of the fault "looks like it's locked, loaded and ready to go."