Tesla Says Driver Logs Will Prove Their Case Against NY Times Article

John Broder's test drive of Model S was duly recorded by the car's data logging system since it was a media drive, a policy that does not extend to private owner vehicles, assures Elon Musk.

Published: 15-Feb-2013

If you get into a dispute over facts, it always helps to have a nice, clean, data trail.

Tesla Motors chief executive Elon Musk is unhappy enough with a recent New York Times review of his company’s new electric Model S sedan that he says he’ll publish the car’s digital log of the reviewer’s actual drive — which, he says, differs substantially from the account in the Times.

“We will publish the actual logs on the car and it is crystal clear,” Musk said in an interview with Bloomberg West earlier today (see video below).


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