Of course, almost nobody but Elon thought they'd be here anytime soon.
If, like me, you don't want to ever drive this fast, you can at least see what it looks like.
As the saying goes, Thanks, but no thanks.
Another Major Question of Life answered.
Yes, it looks like another big fallacy just waiting to widely understood.
OK, I know entrepreneurs are inherently optimistic. But where is the line between optimism and . . . fraud? Whatever you think of Elon Musk, I think you should concede that at the least he's really close to that line.
It does seem that way, but a careful, formal analysis would be welcome.
Kind of related: "Be Honest About What EVs Can and Cannot Do".
No source given. I'm surprised that black, gray, and white mostly dominate.
I wouldn't have guessed this.
Covid may have begun or at least accelerated a change in an American institution that in my opinion has been longer overdue: the car dealership.
Volvo said last year that its electric vehicles—which the automaker says will account for 100 percent of sales by 2030—will be sold exclusively online.