Around this time last year, about 100 Teslas had been sold in the U.S., and as of mid-November 2009, there were about 800 on the streets in the U.S. and Europe combined. As word spreads about the technology and performance, these numbers are expected to grow exponentially in the next few years. Tesla’s newest model, the all-electric Model S, costs just under $50K, secured over 1000 reservations in the U.S. alone (secured by $5000 deposits from buyers) between March and May 2009, and manufacturing won’t even begin until 2011.
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