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SUV Model of Tesla Motors is due in 2013

Posted on May 12, 2010 in Green News, Tesla | Write a review


At the Geneva Motor Show, under the Tesla’s name, Tesla EYE design concept was just an experiment done by students of Turin’s Istituto Europeo di Design. The idea it gave, we will get to see more and different models from the Tesla Motors. And it was once again affirmed by Tesla Motors’ CEO Elon Musk, this week in his acceptation speech for the Automotive Executive of the Year Innovator Award, that after introducing Model S in 2012, it will introduce a new crossover utility vehicle as well as a lot of other in starting 2013.

The model S coming in 2012 is a sedan, in addition to it; it will be mostly come with a price half or less than the Roadster price. Its sticker is mostly expected roughly $50,000 with federal tax credit. Musk also said that Model S will have three hundred miles range; battery can be changed within few minutes, and five star safety evaluations. The vehicle will also have a sophisticated 1- inch touch screen as well as larger cargo space. In the same year, also, first generation four-door Roadster is expected to come to an end in its production by the end of the 2012.

Talking about the much lighter but important issues such as its alliance with Daimler’s, he said that they want to distributor of their sophisticated innovative technology rather using only for their vehicles. Thus, Tesla is giving its electric vehicle technologies supply to the Daimler – which we will get to see in Mercedes A class that is outsold in Europe as well as the chargers and batteries in its next Smart car. For the people who think Elon Musk has a big EGO than think again, while ending the speech he said, “The smallest effect Tesla will make will be the cars we make ourselves,” Musk said. “The biggest effect will be the cars they [other companies] make.”



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