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  1. Arturo
    June 13, 2013


    Curvaceous silhouette styling was glorifed, with the introduction of the Toyota, Camry (1991-1996). Tesla investors must consider the shape of today’s Tesla Model S, and judge whether this car is already dated.

    Other designs moved away from curvaceous, by taking on more deeply sculptured cues. Consider the new BMW concepts, and the Cadillac ELR 2014.

    Tesla Model S value could plummet, if the company is forced to freshen the EVm sooner than owners would car to see. Tesla can lose the carp grille gimmick, sooner than later!

    Another gimmick, is the claim that all Tesla owners will have free power. Owners should calculate, how much of the EV range will be utilized, while reaching a Supercharger, now and in the future. Electric charge, originating from a coal fired power plant, is not free.


  2. otari99
    June 13, 2013

    I keep hearing the same story over and over again from the skeptics (and those who missed the boat). I was in an $35 a few weeks back and still riding this wave.

    In any case, the technology is still advancing; you gotta’ start somewhere.

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