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Tesla Model S Owners Disprove NY Times Article

Group of Tesla Model S owners replicate controversial road trip by NY Times reporter John Broder, without running out of charge.

Published: 18-Feb-2013

A group of Tesla Model S owners, charged up over a recent New York Times column that challenged the reliability of the electric vehicle, hit the road this weekend to replicate the same drive the Times reporter made.

One of the Tesla S Road Trip cars, at a charging station in Milford, Conn.

The group, which started out with nine cars, drove the 353 miles from Rockville, Md. to Groton, Conn., live-tweeting telemetry updates and color commentary throughout the trip.

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