3 thoughts on “NYTimes v. Tesla Motors (Round 3): Broder responds to Musk”

  1. The car may be a brilliant piece of engineering, but until “idiot proofing” enters their lexicon they won’t displace current technology. Anybody that has driven very early cars (e.g. a Model T) can appreciate that the technology was an improvement over hitching up a team of horses to a wagon and navigating across the country, but it took no small amount of mechanical knowledge, physical strength, and basic understanding of a broad range of subjects to keep the car running.

    I guarantee that if you drop the typical “driver” into anything more complicated than an “iPhone” they’ll be on the side of the road with some kind of problem by the end of the first full charge cycle.

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