Here’s the backstory. Tesla Motors offered The New York Times an opportunity to test out a Tesla Motors Model S vehicle. John Broder had the responsibility of driving a Tesla Model S vehicle around the East Coast. The Model S ended up dying on him and it had to be towed away. Tesla Motors founder and CEO Elon Musk was pissed with Broder’s review, called B.S. on it, and published data logs about what he believed Broder did.
In Broder’s newest article about the issue, he copied and pasted every accusation that Musk made against him and responded to it with his point of view. Generally I do not enjoy writing about the petty he-said, she-said issues between journalists and company executives, so I will not go too much into detail about it. Read the New York Times article of Broder’s response at this link.