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Tesla 10-Q filing reveals that Roadster/Model S range could drop 30% under new EPA methods

by Sam Abuelsamid (RSS feed) on Aug 16th, 2010 at 5:58PM

Now that Tesla Motors is a publicly traded company, it actually has to put out more than smiley-faced, feel-good press releases. The Securities and Exchange Commission, despite its flaws (anyone remember Bernie Madoff and Enron?), requires public companies to file a document known as a 10-Q every three months that outlines its finances and the both the positive and negative risks it faces. In the 10-Q filed by Tesla last Friday, there are a number of items that interested observers might want to take note of. Ever since the debut of the Roadster in 2006, much has been made of its 220+... Read More

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