Exclusive: Automotive Blogger Attacked By Tesla Over Investigation Has ‘More to Come’

Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks during an event to launch the new Tesla Model X Crossover SUV on September 29, 2015 in Fremont, California.
The popular automotive blogger attacked by Tesla for his investigative report on a Tesla suspension safety issue tells Breitbart News that there is more to the story that he hasn’t published yet. Automotive blogger and Bloomberg View writer, Edward Niedermeyer, broke a story on his blog, the Daily Kanban, about a potential suspension safety issue with Tesla vehicles. Within a day, Tesla responded to Niedermeyer by name and in part by trying to attack the messenger. “I would say I’m more disappointed than surprised by Tesla’s response,” Niedermeyer told Breitbart News. “It’s a pretty typical diversionary PR tactic that’s not going to work because there is a lot more to this story that will be coming out.” After reading the Tesla statement attacking him, Niedermeyer blasted Tesla on Twitter First of all, spell my damn name correctly. You know my motives but not how to spell my name? Miss me with that shit. — E.W. Niedermeyer (@Tweetermeyer) June 10, 2016 Second of all, spend more time researching before you write. I didn't start or end the Tesla Deathwatch https://t.co/vITPuP2Sud — E.W. Niedermeyer (@Tweetermeyer) June 10, 2016 Third, I don't play the market long or short or professionally advise anyone who does.