lorenfb wrote:Most OEMs don't provide specific model details, then scam potential buyers by asking for reservation deposits to generate needed cash flow, and then bait-and-switch reservations to more costly model variations, i.e. Tesla, an example of a real low-life company!lorenfb wrote:Again, what viable manufacturing company announces a product with a 2+ year delivery date, notwithstanding their extremely poor past record?
I forgot the reason I put you on ignore in the first place. You make no sense. I occasionally see someone respond to you but I'll be sure to pass over it next time.
Tesla is the only new car company in what 100 years? So many have failed. You have one odd frame of reference.
Tesla from 1 car 11 years ago to what 500,000 now. You saw in my post how many big car companies are ONLY NOW joining the EV revolution ... CERTAINLY Tesla played a major role. I don't think it was the LEAF 2 or 2 plus that convinced them.