Submitted by bj on April 1, 2016
It's always embarassing for the critics when reality cruelly destroys their nay-saying right before their very eyes, so I wonder what will they say now?
"Bah... 132,000 reservations doesn't impress me. They'd need 10 million to impress me."
"I predict less than 10% of those reservations will translate into real sales"
"Reservations schmeservations, it's academic when Telsa won't be able to actually make them"
"EVs are still a flash in the pan, a microdot on global car production. The combustion engine is here to stay for the next 100 years"
Have any of the critics yet got that bead of sweat running down the back of their neck as they realise they might have got it horribly, totally wrong?