Consumer Reports just handed down a not-very-good review of the Tesla Model X, calling the all-electric SUV that launched last year “more showy than practical.” On balance, Consumer Reports appreciated the Model X for its speed and handling, but found things to dislike about some of the vehicle’s more complicated aspects. Tesla responded to the review by saying the company has spent almost a year dealing with early Model X production issues – and noting that Model X owners are overwhelmingly delighted by their vehicles. For the record, Business Insider’s Ben Zhang and I were quite impressed by the Model X when we experienced it (briefly) in March. The Consumer Reports review set off a flurry of fretting about Tesla – nothing out of the ordinary, as every time negative news about the company’s cars hits, concerns arise about whether Tesla can really grow as big and as rapidly as CEO Elon Musk wants it to, achieving 500,000 in annual deliveries by 2018. The key question is always the same: Is demand for Teslas really out there? This is an easy question to answer. There’s probably more demand for Tesla vehicles than would be satisfied even if Musk’s goal of… Read full this story
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