Slowly, very reluctantly, and maybe because of potentially more trouble with the SEC.
Article says that Hyundai checked the woman's claim thoroughly and after verifying it, were impressed enought that they gave her a new Hyundai.
The current state of the leader in the race for self-driving cars.
I dunno, but unless Tesla comes up with a pretty good explanation of this, I think you might want to avoid buying one.
More: "Firefighter battling Tesla Model S blaze: ‘We’re gonna be here all night’".
But hey, what's a little spontaneous fire when your Tesla can do this: "Listen to a Tesla make 6 farting noises on demand".
OK, maybe this will save me a little time when I buy my next (used) car.
Something I didn't know: "10 and 2" is obsolete.
Woz sure isn't reluctant to speak his mind.
Another way is which I'm apparently becoming a decrepit old fogey: I don't find inexpensive dependability at all boring.
"Tesla received $713 million in U.S. subsidies in Q3, compared to its $312 million profit."
Makes sense to me. I bought my last car without setting foot in a dealership and I very much hope to continue that.