Looking even farther into the future, Von Holzhausen is most excited about the prospect of Tesla’s third-generation car, which will, he says, “be an Audi A4, BMW 3-series, Volkswagen Jetta type of vehicle that will offer everything: range, affordability, and performance. We’re confident we can do it at a starting price of $30,000, which is the break-in point, where we can bring all this excitement and technology to the average customer.”
RonButNotStupid: The Tesla Model S outscores every other car in our test Ratings.
So I guess their ratings don't include cost?
One could spend a hundred million dollars to have artisan engineers build the fastest, most luxurious, most reliable vehicle ever, but I don't think that any honest consumer reviewer would be able to call it the "best" and still keep a straight face.
No, it isn't. The places I've lived, you have the option to buy 100% clean energy.
smackfu: Also greenwashing, unless the utility has more people purchasing clean energy than they were generating anyways. For a lot of locales, your purchase of 100% clean energy just reduces everyone else's percentage of clean energy.
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