gibbon1: I mean sure, an electric car won't have the range or quick replenishment of go juice that a gasoline car does. But whatever. Broder's a retard. I'd say like my brother, but if my brother had an electric car he would very carefully make sure it was always fully charged before going for a drive.
ha-ha-guy: The fundamental issue is a 10 gpm gas pump puts 180 to 300 miles of range into a vehicle in one minute. The Tesla takes at least an hour to get 300 miles of range on a supercharger. You can't solve the range issues of an electric car until you solve the charging, so marketing it as a road trip capable car is leading the consumer down the garden path.
WhoopAssWayne: I love seeing all the OMG FAUX NEWS! liberals on here defending the New York Times and this pure fabrication of an article.
TanSau: Who the fark still reads Popular Mechanics (or Science) anymore?
Theaetetus: Journalists circling the wagons?
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