Tesla trademarks 'Model E,' but for what?
The Tesla Model X crossover EV will be launched in late 2014. It's expected that Tesla will later release smaller, less expensive sedan and crossover EVs – perhaps one of these two will be called the Model E? It could also be a revived Roadster-style sport car. Tesla has been good about teasing the public about its upcoming launches, but has yet to mention the Model E. The trademark process does appear to be moving forward, though it needs to wait for an examiner to give it approval. On August 13, the status of the Model E trademark changed to "New Application – Record Initialized Not Assigned to Examiner." Sounds like progress to us.
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