• Mar 13th 2010 at 4:43PM
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2010 Tesla Roadster Sport - Click above for high-res image gallery

From the latest Tesla Motors newsletter:
Responding to customer demand, Tesla has negotiated agreements with key suppliers that will increase total Roadster production by 40% and extend sales into 2012. In the coming year, you'll find Roadsters in more countries as we expand to Australia and Asia. Customers in 23 countries have now taken delivery of their Roadster - last month we delivered the first Roadsters to Spain and Ireland.
Remember, at the end of January, we discovered that Tesla "announced," through its SEC filing for an IPO, that:
We do not plan to sell our current generation Tesla Roadster after 2011 due to planned tooling changes at a supplier for the Tesla Roadster.
Looks like some people didn't like that news, and Tesla figured it made sense to listen to them.

[Source: Tesla]

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