Tesla Motors Prattles about “Range Anxiety” – But What About Loan Repayment Anxiety?

Ah yes, the horrible Tesla Motors company, based in nearby San Carlos, CA, comes now to diagnose the public’s “range anxiety” concerning electric vehicles. Their point is that if you keep on charging up an electric car, it will keep on running.

O.K.

But why did Tesla need to get bailed out by the Feds to the tune of a half-billion dollars? Did they try to get private financing? Oh yes, numerous times, but, for some reason, they felt the need to take the money from the Feds. If Tesla is such a great company, why don’t they pay back the government loan right now and thereby relieve taxpayers of loan repayment anxiety?

Oh well.

Here’s some Photoshop Phun – what’s been changed in this photo?

1. “Founder” Elon Musk has been enlarged to make him look more like a man-child playing with a rich man’s toy on the Feds’ dime; or

2. Indoor sunglasses have been added to make “founder” Elon Musk look more like a man-child playing with a rich man’s toy on the Feds’ dime; or

3. Pink XXL Crocs shoes from Costco ($14.99) have been pasted on.

 You Make The Call:

You know Tesla, your fast little toy has impressed some people, but your track record over the past six years is not impressive at all and it remains to be seen how you’ll do over the next six years.

Just saying…

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3 Responses to “Tesla Motors Prattles about “Range Anxiety” – But What About Loan Repayment Anxiety?”

  1. pixeltan says:

    You’re complaining about Tesla when you have Detroit’s big 3 showing worse track records? F-A-I-L.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Why not compare it to the Nissan Leaf or the something from Fisker (you know, the guy that spanked Elon Musk after Telsa sued him)?

    Why give money to Tesla?

  3. Kevin A says:

    Thank you for this. Great post!