Saturday, December 3, 2016

Elon, no one is worried about you selling cars

Tesla will never have to worry about selling cars

Musk has addressed this challenge often. When the Model 3 mass-market vehicle — scheduled to arrive in late 2017, priced at around $30,000 after tax credits — was unveiled earlier this year, Tesla swiftly racked up almost 400,0oo advance reservations at $1,000 a pop.

Those are not cars you are selling, those are units of a future which is not yet determined.  

For example, if Zuckerberg cannot pay our pension bills in California then half that $30k tax break goes up in smoke,'  the environmentalists will need the dough-re-me to haul around empty steel cars in San Jose. So, Elon, you better hope it takes 11 months and 29 days to charge the thing, because we gonna be watching Zuckerberg ads the remainder.

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