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Published on June 23, 2019 |
by Vijay Govindan

23. June 2019 by Vijay Govindan


As part of my effort to counteract untrue Tesla myths, I recently hired the Tesla community to create a Tesla Myth Busters & FAQ page. I called on Twitter to "put together a complete campaign against myths," and people answered. We just want to clarify the record for different Tesla myths. Thanks to the Tesla community that followed my call, this first draft was created in just four days, which is amazing and wonderful when you think about it.

I can not promise how fast we will update the site many myths and questions. These range from "Can you take a Tesla in a car wash?" To some very serious, whose exposure takes some time. This is a volunteer group that has responded to the call and excelled in the short term. We will do our best to stay up to date.

Spread the myth destructive word in social media by using #WeChooseTesla as a hashtag! If you feel up to it, consider #TeslaSmackdown . If you feel anything but love for your Tesla, we also tolerate #TeslaLove . And there are always #buttsinseats (thanks, Zac & Jesse ) and #CleanEnergyWillWin (courtesy of Maye Musk ). That's still the best way. 🙂

Two questions:

  • Which unlisted myths often appear when you talk about your Tesla?
  • Are there any links that reinforce the reasoning for any myth response?

The goal here is not to beat other media or bad actors. It's about empowering the Tesla community to minimize and eliminate the impact of these ubiquitous myths with easy-to-remember stories.

Below is our current answer to Tesla Myths and FAQ. For later reference (if you would like to share it with a friend, colleague or family member), please bookmark this page: cleantechnica.com/tesla-myths-faq/



Dear Tesla Supporters, [19659029] The vision of this document is to provide a common voice to counter outrageous Tesla myths and legends. Any revision will become more sophisticated, thorough and organized over time.

The number of circulating Tesla myths and the frequency with which some of them are encountered can be startling. We hope you will not go numb and respond to misleading and completely false statements to help the public.

We recommend that you identify other Tesla myths and respond to them. We also invite you to sharpen / improve the following answers.

We invite you to use #WeChooseTesla when discussing Tesla myths on social media. A big thank you to the funny band of the Tesla Myth Busters who made this possible and who will improve it over time!

Special thanks to Fred Sauer (@fredsa) by MoreTesla.com Lauren Row (@ LaurenRow5) Elon's World (@ElonsWorld ) and Janet Aisbett .

The following content was posted to this permalink: cleantechnica.com/tesla-myths-faq/[19659040


Context, Audience & Destinations


There are two types of myths:

  1. Malicious Myths – Misleading and misleading information that is deliberately disseminated with the aim of misinforming an audience.

    Sinister Myths – Wrong information spread by those who believe the wrong information is true.

The first (malicious) group may be small, but it has large (financial) interests. However, it is important to know that in both groups there are significant myths spreaders (influencers) that can be reached and whose misunderstandings can be corrected.

It should be noted that the financial interests of the first group exist there will be no amount of convincing change their behavior. It may be possible to prevent them from pursuing their efforts to advance Tesla myths. That means countering their efforts and neutralizing them. (Well, yes, this is where you come in.)

It is much more encouraging to work on educating the second group. Many in this group are simply misinformed, which means that accurate information can help influence their opinions. Others may have stronger beliefs, meaning they take much longer to jump on the side of the non-Tesla myth.

With all this we want to focus on facts (especially since so much of the Tesla myth spreads lies). People are determined to value and listen to stories, and stories help people to emphasize and trust the Source. In other words, stories are powerful.

Our goals are:

  1. Inform and influence the second group (those who have been misled or misinformed, or who simply lack the information and context we have).
  2. Try to help neutral media use this information to get a closer look at Tesla.
  3. Give the supporters of Tesla everywhere the information and evidence needed to help us in this endeavor.

Tesla's Tesla Myths for the future [19659063] Tesla will be with us for a long time

Tesla Myth: Tesla will go bankrupt soon

"Tesla Death Anniversary" is one thing. People have announced that Tesla will go bankrupt every month, every quarter, and every year for the past 11+ years. Like a cat with infinite life, Tesla says, " No !"

Tesla has debts that she has to repay over time. About $ 2 billion is due shortly, but if Tesla performs well, it can pay for it without additional funding. Tesla has recently raised $ 2.7 billion from the financial markets. Two very unlikely things need to happen for Tesla to go bankrupt: not a single creditor around the world is willing to lend Tesla money at any repayment rate, and Elon Musk somehow loses all of his $ 20 billion or is unwilling to help Tesla , Recent capital increases indicate that this is unlikely.

Above: Elon's April Fool, April 2018.

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