Tesla and SpaceX head Elon Musk has been known for his high-profile exchanges on Twitter, but in a recent spree, the mega-billionaire has seemingly resorted to a simpler set of messaging.
@ElonMusk responded with a thumbs up to a Consumer Reports story shared back on February 4, which called the Tesla Model 3 and Model S a few of the most satisfying cars on the market after surveying a number of car owners.
The Tesla Model 3 and Model S were ranked in the top 3 alongside the Kia Telluride in the story, with the Model Y ranked fourth overall.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 14, 2021
Earlier this year, Consumer Reports also noted privacy concerns with Tesla’s in-car cameras used for driver monitoring in Autopilot and Full Self-Driving (FSD) systems, later also criticizing Tesla’s FSD beta system for “lacking safeguards” and testing the system on public roads.
The publication also went on to say that the Tesla Model S unit’s steering yoke “showed little benefit,” though that didn’t seem to stop Toyota from unveiling its own Tesla-like yoke steering wheel last month.