Elon Musk is not too happy with The New York Times. The publication’s review took aim at the Tesla’s battery life and said it didn’t live up to expectations. Today, Musk fired back on both CNBC and Twitter stating the reason for the battery life issues has to do with the journalist, John Broder, not charging the car properly. “NYTimes article about Tesla range in cold is fake. Vehicle logs tell true story that he didn’t actually charge to max & took a long detour.” The New York Times has responded stating, “The Times’s February 10 article recounting a reporter’s test drive in a Tesla Model S was completely factual, describing the trip in detail exactly as it occurred. Any suggestion that the account was “fake” is, of course, flatly untrue.” Last year, Musk tried to sue Top Gear over a review. [Source: CNBC/Twitter]