- Tesla Motors (TSLA +4.6%) continues to rally a day after execs at the Detroit Auto Show pounded out the message that the automaker would pursue relentless growth in 2014 and tipped off Q4 production ahead of guidance.
- The velocity of the rise in shares caught some Tesla watchers off-guard after the automaker surprised some by not unveiling more details on the Model X or a sneak peek of the vehicle.
- Shares of Tesla have cleared the $170 level for the first time since November.
Tesla Motors continues to rally off of Detroit Auto Show buzz
Jan 15 2014, 09:45 ET