Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
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  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
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  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
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  • Tesla Motors 2013 2Q Shareholder Letter
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    Finally, we know the number. Tesla Motors announced today that it sold 5,150 Model S electric vehicles in North America last quarter. Divide by three and you see that the California company sold around 1,700 cars a month, which puts it right up there with the current plug-in vehicle champions, the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Volt. That's despite the fact that the cheapest Model S, which starts at $69,900 but often sells for a lot more with better options, costs at least twice as much as the sales

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