Update: The New York Times reverses itself, in a vindication for Tesla motors. Kudos to Elon Musk for standing up to the bully!
Original post: John Broder is a New York Times reporter who recently penned a scathing review of a Tesla electric car. Elon Musk, founder and chairman of Tesla Motors, knew that Broder was lying in his review – because Tesla carefully logged everything Broder did during his test drive. What Broder actually did, and the results he actually got, don't match the data recorded. He's lying.
And Elon Musk wants you to know every last detail.
Assuming this is not an elaborate hoax on Tesla's part (and that seems quite unlikely), it's good to see someone stand up to the lamestream media bullies. I'm unsurprised to discover that the NYT is ok with fabricating a story to make it more sensational – but I suspect a lot of people will be surprised...