Last night, Elon Musk fired back at the New York Times in a blog post challenging the newspaper’s unfavorable review of the Tesla Model S. Musk published a wide array of charts and data logs to support his case, but do they prove that the Times’ John M. Broder staged the trip in such a way to make the car run out of power? The Atlantic Wire’s Rebecca Greenfield examines the data, determining that while Broder may have made innocent mistakes that perhaps led to a faster battery drain, the data does not show that the writer lied nor “deliberately” set out to sabotage the test run. [Source: The Atlantic Wire]