Tesla Store in Bay Area (Large Green Tax)

August 7, 2007 at 1:26 pm Leave a comment

Posted by Ed Maurer:

Tesla announces the site of their first store to be in the Bay Area. This Menlo Park store will be located near the Stanford University campus, and quite a good location to sell this $98,000+ gem. This is a high end vehicle that requires consumers with a large amount of disposable income. Talk about a green tax, it costs a lot of money to be green these days. But going green has never been this cool. At zero to 60mph in 4 seconds, this car is proof that the electric car is not dead. I know sports cars are for the high end consumer, I just hope that the green tax starts to lower when more people buy these types of vehicles. Car companies have a tough road ahead when it comes to creating electric vehicles that will generate a high demand. If you feel like donating a Tesla to this blogger/podcaster, please email me at thegreentax at gmail dot com. I will be glad to accept and drive this lovely vehicle. I’m not sure I will be able to replace the batteries in 100,000 miles at the cost of $25,000, but it will be a fun driving experience.


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