Who Wears Short Shorts: David Einhorn’s Ghost Hunt for Tesla’s Weakness

By Joey Klender Posted on May 2, 2020 Death, Taxes, and David Einhorn complaining about Tesla being successful. Those are the three certainties in life. And like clockwork, after Tesla announced yet another successful quarter in the books yesterday during its Q1 2020 Earnings Call, Einhorn was right there trying to accuse Elon Musk or […]

Tesla’s Salvaged Vehicles: The Red-Headed Stepchild

By Joey Klender Posted on April 25, 2020 Tesla’s salvaged vehicles make for an excellent project for rebuilders, or a chance to have an industry-leading electric car for a discounted price. Some members of the community have even made the act of rebuilding wrecked or damaged Teslas a career, like Rich Rebuilds, who runs a […]

Tesla Plaid Cybertruck: A Legacy Automaker’s Worst Nightmare

By Joey Klender Posted on April 18, 2020 In September 2019, Elon Musk unveiled the Plaid Mode Model S. Tesla’s flagship sedan had received a “revamp,” or even a “rejuvenation” if you will. The Tri-Motor setup with a slightly wider body, front lip spoiler, rear diffuser, spoiler, and large front air intake was poised to […]