On a recent trip to Washington D.C., I somewhat randomly decided to peek my head into the National Museum of American History. A few seconds after stepping into the lobby I realized it was going to be a highlight of the trip. I was standing face to face with the legendary General Motors EV1, the first mass produced (yet extremely rare) electric vehicle. Continue reading Face to Face with the General Motors EV1
When you challenge the New Jersey Turnpike to a duel, it may be worth it to risk the sanctity of the paint job on a ’98 Toyota Camry, however, when the stakes involve the integrity of a journalistic institution and the future of an American electric vehicle startup, you’re asking for trouble. These are precisely the victims of this week’s press debacle involving the New York Times and Tesla Motors.