With the first UK deliveries of the 49,900-pound (about $84,000 at today's rates) Tesla Model S completed, it's time for the company to get back to business. For CEO Elon Musk that means discussing a long-anticipated rumor – a dedicated European production facility to build the luxurious EVs from the ground up.
What's made in (but not licensed to drive in) the UK, stupid fast, and has the green car world salivating? The Tesla Roadster. And, for a short six hours on Wednesday of next week, attendees of the Norwich's 'Green Wheels' Motorshow can see the Roadster firsthand. It's kind of a tease - the press release (read it after the jump) calls it "ElecTrickery!" -
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