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New York Times hits back at Elon Musk's Tesla Model S Log Report

The controversy about the negative Tesla Model S Review in the New York Times is in the next round.

Feb 15 2013, 3:01am CST | by

New York Times hits back at Elon Musk's Tesla Model S Log Report
Source: Tesla

As reported yesterday, Elon Musk published a lengthy blog post with log data from the Tesla Model S car the New York Times reviewer has driven. He made convincing arguments that the review is based on wrong facts. Now though it gets murky as the New York Times reporter John Broder hit back with his own post.

He paints a different picture that makes Elon Musk's argument less convincing. Now we actually do not know who is right. Read this analysis on The Atlantic Wire.

 
 
 

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