Yesterday's 60 Minutes included a segment on Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk. It also included footage of a Model S making some very uncharacteristic engine noises that seemed suspiciously overdubbed. Today, CBS admitted in a statement to Fox News that the noises were the result of an "audio editing error."
Anyone watching 60 Minutes' interview with Elon Musk? They keep dubbing motor noises over driving footage of the Model S. It sounds like they recorded a motorcycle engine and used it to spice up the car footage. Whatever it is, it's not the sound of a Tesla. (Update: 60 Minutes admitted to dubbing the sound)
As mentioned in a few posts, 60 Minutes did a story on Lamborghini, actually it was the second story the venerable news show has done on the tractor maker. Scott Pelley presented the segment and it was well done. Within the first few seconds we see Pelley being blown away by driving a Gallardo. Of course all the…
And I'm pretty sure it's about Lambo, guise.