It’s been nearly four years since Tesla announced plans to expand its electric line-up from a singular sports car to a four-door, five-seater sedan. In the interim, the upstart automaker has grown its dealer network, secured more funding, revealed a crossover concept, and purchased and converted the former NUMMI plant in Fremont, CA to begin production of the Model S.

And that’s where we’re at today, joined by a smattering of press, investors, and a handful of EV early adopters who’ve plunked down deposits and are finally taking delivery of one of the first 10 full-size, fully electric, U.S.-built sedans.

(Source: Wired)

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    I saw one at the Rideau Centre last month they’re amazing I would love to have one, along with solar panels to power it
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    I’m not a car person by any means, but I just love Tesla. Keep saving the world! (or making EVs)
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