Tesla one step closer to wiki car

* A couple of New Yorkers just took out a magazine ad to request new features in the Model S. Musk says he’ll work on it.

* Blogger requests money for a Tesla museum. Musk donates $1M.

* People object to Tesla’s initial leasing program. Musk modifies it.

* Edmunds.com has a bad experience with drive unit failure. Musk beefs up the warranty for all owners.

* And Tesla opens its patents to anyone who wants to use them in good faith.

* And social media comprise the bulk of Tesla marketing.

See what’s happening here? Tesla is emerging as the car company of the people, by the people, for the people. It’s edging closer to doing what TeslaMondo predicted months ago. It’s going to build a wiki car someday, crowd-designed from the get-go.

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One thought on “Tesla one step closer to wiki car

  1. Offgridman says:

    Just wanted to let you know that the link to the objections to the Tesla lease and what was changed doesn’t work right. After getting to the site the next click just leads to the quote of the day..
    It was doing the same thing yesterday, so came back to try again with the same result.
    Is it supposed to lead to Forbes, as a quick search on their site for the subject quoted doesn’t turn anything up.
    Thanks for the help with this, and your interesting blog on Tesla.


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