Leave it to Elon Musk to make the boldest of statements to date regarding the Tesla Model S.
The oft-outspoken chief executive officer of Tesla Motors, Elon Musk, is chomping at the electric bit again.
"I don't think it's a good idea to plan to sell a company. I don't personally have any interest in selling. I think there's a lot of innovation we can bring to the car business."
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Since it was announced that the highly quotable Bob Lutz would be departing from his General Motors management spotlight, automotive bloggers and reporters everywhere have been mourning the loss of an executive with such an exquisite way with words. Now it appears that the pining may have been premature, thanks to the emergence of another top management type with the brass, it seems, to freely speak his mind in public.
Tesla Motors has been operating with an interim CEO since last August when its founder, Martin Eberhard, stepped down as head of the company. Today the start up that promises to herald in a new era of EV motoring (if it can stay on schedule) announced the appointment of a permanent replacement. Ze'ev Drori will now be at the helm of Tesla Motors as it tries to guide the Tesla Roadster through the production process. Drori has a history of turning around small companies, having founded a computer