Steve Wozniak was one of the early Tesla adopters and currently owns two Model S sedans. However, his relationship with the Silicon Valley-based carmaker isn’t as healthy as it once was these days.
Business Insider reported on Wozniak’s Tesla “rant” last month where he said, “I don’t believe anything Elon Musk or Tesla says, but I still love the car.” The Apple co-founder added numerous broken promises of self-driving technology and new features has left him feeling less trustworthy of the company in recent years.
He specifically talked about Tesla’s promise to run a self-driving Model S across the United States, which was slated to occur by the end of 2017. Now, Musk thinks it will happen early this year.
“What he says, can you really believe in him? Is he just a good salesman, like [Steve] Jobs, and may not be there [in the end]?”
Wozniak added the Teslas don’t do much of the daily driving these days after he purchased a 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. He said the Bolt EV is used more often, except for long trips. Then, the Model S is up to bat, thanks to the nationwide network of Tesla Supercharger charging stations.