Here is a great piece from someone on the front lines of what may be a battle.
As we have seen Tesla taking up the front pages of many publications recently, it seems that one project that still has some individuals baffled is the Model S.
Hell, even its customers were left curious about it.
But now they can rest a little easier because the company has sent a sign of good faith. Granted, if things do wind up failing it may be the most expensive thermos, mug, model car, T-shirt and hat combination money can buy.
Read the full piece by clicking "Read Article" down below...
Tesla has finally acknowledged the existence of its Model S customers–and it’s about freaking time. It’s been more than a year since I plunked down a $5,000 deposit and officially joined the Tesla family as Model S customer No. P 717. (Projected delivery date: early 2012.) At first, the bennies of Model S ownership were pretty cool. A neck-snapping test drive in the Tesla Roadster instantly persuaded me that electric drive is the future of high-performance driving.
An invitation to the grand opening of the New York Tesla dealership, located in the oh-so-hip Chelsea district, featured wine, fancy food, and thin artsy people wearing black. I sat back to await the presumed steady flow of Model S owner communications–technical updates, customer surveys, maybe even a factory tour or a test drive in a prototype for a lucky few of us.
Then, nothing. Dead silence...
[Source: The Truth About Cars]
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