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Discussion in 'News' started by TEG, Oct 26, 2007.
Less news is bad news for Tesla
"Less news means we get to make up news - or select old news to match the tone of our story"
For example "Earlier this year, then-CEO Martin Eberhard had revised the Roadster’s expected range downward from 250 miles to roughly 200."
No mention that it's back up to 245! These people want it both ways - they want to see the cars on the roads AND more updates on what's keeping the cars off the road! 250 Tesla employees can only do so much!
If these people can't even be bothered to read the existing blogs to get their facts right, why post any more for them?
Okay, calming down now.
Good of Darryl to post a comment - the Roadster is intended to compete with other high-end sports cars for the attentions of rich and picky customers. It has got to be right first time.
The other "Don't care about the Roadster, gimme Whitestar" comments fail to appreciate that the Roadster is all about establishing Tesla as a QUALITY BRAND.
This kind of negativity has no material effect on Tesla. When (if?) the Roadster gets into production, the WhiteStar news will begin to flow, and all will be forgiven.
-Ryan / Kardax