Elon Musk refuses to sell a Tesla to 'super rude' customer

Elon Musk refuses to sell a Tesla to ‘super rude’ customer

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Tesla buyers, be careful what you write about the company — if you’re deemed “rude,” you just might get banned from buying a Tesla car

That’s what happened to Californian venture capitalist Stewart Alsop, whose Tesla order got canceled — by company CEO Elon Musk, no less — after he wrote a blog post criticizing the company’s Model X launch event

In September 2015, Alsop wrote a blog post titled “Dear @ElonMusk: You should be ashamed of yourself,” asking Musk to apologize for making Tesla customers wait nearly two hours for the Model X event to start, and then making them wait even longer for a chance to test-drive the car they had pre-ordered Read more…

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Elon Musk refuses to sell a Tesla to ‘super rude’ customer

See how Tesla's Autopilot can make your commute better in new promo video

See how Tesla’s Autopilot can make your commute better in new promo video

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Wouldn’t it be nice if your car could simply pick you up in front of your house and drop you off at work, while you sip coffee and read the news in the back seat?

While we’re not quite there yet, a new Tesla promo video shows how the car’s Autopilot feature can make your daily commute more comfortable

Titled “Revolutionize Your Commute,” the 1-minute video shows a Tesla come out of the owner’s garage all by itself by using the Summon feature. Then, during the ride to work, Autopilot navigates the car, conforms to traffic flow, makes sure the driver doesn’t accidentally exit his lane and, finally, parks itself Read more…

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Tesla looking for Chinese factory site by mid-2016, report says

Tesla looking for Chinese factory site by mid-2016, report says

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Seems Tesla is selling better in China than previously believed.

Tesla co-founder and CEO Elon Musk told Engadget that the upstart EV automaker is “doing reasonably well” in mainland China. It’s doing so well in fact that Musk and his cohort aim to have a Chinese manufacturing site chosen by mid-2016.

Tesla is eager to avoid the lofty import duties levied against cars imported into the country. Avoiding those taxes — in addition to diminished shipping costs — would make Tesla cars more competitive in China. Read more…

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