#Tesla Motors plans to debut cheaper car in early 2015 | #TSLA

Updated March 31, 2014 ● 1,597 views

Tesla Motors plans to unveil an electric car in early 2015 that could sell in the $40,000 range, a mainstream offering that could be key to the automaker's future growth.

Tesla's only current offering is the Model S, a premium sport sedan that starts at $71,070 before any state or federal tax incentives, and can cost far more with options. In late 2014, the Palo Alto automaker plans to release a long-awaited Model X sport-utility, likely to sell in the same price range.

via articles.latimes.com



Now if New Jersey will only stop accepting bribes from car associations

This will be a big push for Tesla to go main stream. And of course a big push for my position. :)

JoeBiggs · 9 years ago
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@JoeBiggs: This ban of Tesla sales in New Jersey is ridiculous. Franchise laws should be changed to allow direct sales. Period.

Will · 9 years ago
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