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01/02/2011

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Orlando Electrical

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Tommy

Nelson, I agree with you that Tesla Motor's is making some very risky moves with luxury electric cars. The infrastructure isn't there yet, the cost of batteries is an issue. Oil prices could help, but they would have to go way up. Elon Musk is one risky entrepreneur. Just look at what he has done with SpaceX.

Nelson Litchford

If the company can pull it off within this strict, fairly short timeframe, then it's worth all the risk. They've been adamant and optimistic about their electric car, yet as what was said, the final verdict all boils down to the very production-spec cars that are gonna roll out. There isn't any room for error, and the company should understand that it would have to work double-time to meet public expectations regarding their electric car. All that, from a startup company.

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