oik writes "Tesla are now showing off their sedan models:
"Set to compete with BMW's profitable five series, the Tesla S is an attempt to build a luxury car with a sports car feel. With a compact electric motor, no transmission and a lithium-ion battery spread flat under the floor, the company claims the car has twice the storage room as the BMW five series, with substantial trunk space at both ends. It can also seat seven, if two optional rear-facing seats are installed in the back that can only be used by small children."
Could this be Tesla's first step to becoming an viable contender in the consumer market? If only I could think of a suitable car analogy for this..."
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