Tesla CEO Elon Musk today tweeted out a response to a Consumer Reports giving the Model S a “worse-than-average” rating in its latest report about the predicted reliability of the flagship sedan.
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In two separate tweets, Musk said any problems mentioned in Consumer Reports’ user reliability ratings were more related to early production Model S sedans and that they’d already been addressed in new models. Musk then reiterated what Consumer Reports itself noted: Some 97% of people who own the car said they would buy it again. “The acid test,” Musk tweeted.