Tesla comes to Boulder.

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on Oct 16, 2009
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The below photos were taken two minutes ago, and officially represent the fact that the cat’s out of the bag on Tesla (the high-end let’s-do-something-instead-of-design-another-fancy-eco-concept-car company’s) choice of Boulder, Colorado as first site for a showroom for the coolest, greenest, fanciest car….well, in history.

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2 Responses to “Tesla comes to Boulder.”

  1. Andy says:

    I thought this was going to be about the 80's hair metal band.

  2. Tom F
    oh so that's what they're doing with the $465 million gov't subsidized loan they got from the bailouts…

    the price for a Tesla roadster is a whopping $110,000.

    i'm glad my tax dollars are being used to bailout companies that make luxury vehicles for rich people…. Read More

    government fail.

    see also: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB12538316081263901

    Waylon Lewis
    Well, to be fair, their plan is "self-funded" (or was before Uncle Sam helped 'em out—to sell early models to rich, eventually offer cheaper models for masses. And, you can get one for "only" 68K in Colorado: http://www.greencarreports.com/blog/1036964_want-