Green Car Reports‘ own John Voelcker appeared on CNBC today to discuss Tesla Motors before the company’s earnings call at 5 p.m. John was interviewed about the challenges Tesla faces and what the company accomplished to date. Take a look at the clip — and then read John’s full article on Tesla’s Q1 Earnings.
From The New York Times:
Though G.M. has not released any official communication, the engineer sent a note to colleagues last week and confirmed his plans in an interview with Green Car Reports.
As Voelcker notes in his Green Car Reports piece:
After the departure of lead engineer Frank Weber (who now runs BMW’s plug-in vehicle programs), Posawatz was the most public member of the Volt product team–and always available to answers questions and educate consumers, media, and the rest of GM.
He brought enthusiasm, unflagging energy, and a genuine joie de vivre to the challenges of explaining the Volt, sketching the context for GM’s first-ever plug-in vehicle sold to the public, and shepherding the car through final development, into the market, and onto the lots of dealers who often struggled with the new and pricey extended-range electric car.
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As the 2012 New York International Auto Show heats up, the High Gear Media team is on hand providing wall-to-wall coverage: news updates, live shots, videos, and more!
Things are just getting started and already there is much to dive into and enjoy. Here’s but a sampling:
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Much more to come!
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