Submitted by LEvans on 05. August 2013
So I just read this new WSJ article about how the Volt is doing badly. Is that such a big surprise for such a badly built car? But then the article goes on to pile on how badly Tesla is doing and extrapolate Volt's bad sales to all electric vehicles in general.
It was especially interesting how the author wrote off Tesla as not doing well because they only sold about half the number of vehicles sold by Porsche with no mention of the fact that Porsche sells about a dozen different types of configurations and Tesla sells only ONE model in large numbers.
Of course the article did not mention how Model S sales are higher than the Mercedes S550.
It's really disconcerting to read articles where they almost don;t want to admit any possibility that electric cars are working and people are buying them.
I encourage you to read the article and leave a comment: