Another driver with a problematic Model X was quoted in the WSJ as saying that when he called his local Tesla shop to get his broken doors repaired, he was told that there would be a two week wait because Tesla was reportedly “overloaded with repair” appointments.
Not good for a vehicle that’s supposed to be the company’s biggest volume seller, a vehicle that’s already been delayed to get to this point.
Don’t forget – Tesla may be known for its fast, connected cars but not necessarily quality. Consumer Reports says the Tesla Model S has so many problems that despite it’s good driving manners, they can’t recommend it.
Let’s see how quality improves as Model X deliveries go up, and whether they’re able to work out any issues with the upcoming Model 3.
“I am sick and tired of the Mustang memes. Every time I go to get gas someone asks if I’ve done any burnouts lately or if I’ve been to any car shows… then they laugh and answer for me. ‘No because the car is still in one piece'”
In case you’ve missed any of the memes, here’s a YouTube video showing a Mustang leaving a car enthusiast event in Chicago. The Ford pulls out onto the main street and then shortly crashes.
BBC Top Gear’s new hosts Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc reportedly have a very frosty relationship, according to the Sun.
Things between the Brit and the American took a turn for the worse following the Cenotaph stunt, in which the former Friends star was seen doing donuts around a war memorial.
Since then, the relationship hasn’t improved. Evans things the smoke-filled stunt has hurt the image of Top Gear, a show that’s struggling since the departure of Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond.
An unidentified source tells that Sun “Matt was never Chris’s choice — it was a decision forced upon him to attract the US market.”