Tesla Rides High, But Faces Formidable Foe: Car Dealers: NPR
Tesla Motors, the American maker of luxury electric cars, has been riding a wave of good publicity.
Its Model S sedan (base priced at $62,400, after federal tax credits) was just named Motor Trend Car of the Year. Reviewers at Consumer Reports gave the lithium-ion battery powered vehicle a rave.
And the company, headed by billionaire innovator Elon Musk, 41, posted a profit for the first time in its 10-year history — powered in part by zero-emission environmental credits..
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#2 May 21, 2013
Repiblicans are pro Capitalism, until you cut out the middle-man...
#3 May 21, 2013
If they want to sell these pieces of crap they might want Tesla to accept EBT, because that's all democrap's constituents have.
Real working people can't afford to drop $62,000 on car to further the Gorebull warming hoax.
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