While wooing electric automaker’s factory, Texas still won’t let Tesla sell cars in-state.
First, the company, an American company, wants to cut out the intermediary, should not be confused with the government wanting to cut out the middleclass!
In other words, cut through unnecessary fingers getting into consumers’ pockets!
A better question for states like Florida, why are we not in the bidding?
Yes, the price is a little steep, mostly because it is new and this company, so far, has little competition, the price will come down and because of cars like this, so will the price of today’s cars and the price of gasoline and Diesel!
I still demand one more step, Solar Charging of the car!
Susan Abplanalp of West Lake Hills flew to San Francisco last year to test drive a car before buying it over the Internet. Not just any car: the Tesla Model S, a $70,000 to $130,000 electric car that got Consumer Reports’ highest marks ever.
Tesla Motors, Inc. is an American company that designs, manufactures, and sells electric cars and electric vehicle powertrain components.
Model S is the world’s first premium electric sedan. Designed from the ground up as an electric car, Model S provides an unprecedented driving range of up to 300 miles per charge.