US: Tesla Motors orders 100 more Roadster ‘gliders’

Tesla Motors has confirmed in an SEC filing that it has extended the availability of its Lotus Elise-derived Roadster EV from this summer to mid-2012, by ordering 100 more body and chassis units from the British sports car maker. Tesla Motors originally contracted in 2005 to take 2,400 Elise chassis/body units It’s time to log … Continued

Tesla Motors has confirmed in an SEC filing that it has extended the availability of its Lotus Elise-derived Roadster EV from this summer to mid-2012, by ordering 100 more body and chassis units from the British sports car maker.

Tesla Motors originally contracted in 2005 to take 2,400 Elise chassis/body units

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