Tesla Motors (TSLA +1.4%) CEO Elon Musk exudes confidence in an interview on CNBC, particularly...

Tesla Motors (TSLA +1.4%) CEO Elon Musk exudes confidence in an interview on CNBC, particularly with the election now firmly in the company's rear-view mirror. No longer a political punching bag, Musk sees only a clear road ahead with the Model S selected by Motor Trend's as its "Car of the Year" - the first time an electric vehicle won the important award. Of interest to investors, the word is the company is "very confident" it will meet FY13 production numbers. (video)

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  • pat1000
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    Just going to maintain that Tesla is only a buy at a new high and then a great buy if it hits 40---
    13 Nov 2012, 12:57 PM Reply Like
  • Agnes59
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    Its time to show our independence from the oil industry.
    13 Nov 2012, 01:31 PM Reply Like
  • Ed Lewis
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    I just received my Tesla Signature performance car and it is everything that they said it would be. In my opinion, this beats the hype and bests many luxury cars built in foreign countries - and does so at a smaller price. In general, I have found it to be everything I ever hoped a truly all-electric car could be. And, it's comfort and beautiful design lines develop a truly beautiful and powerful beast!. When you get into the driver's seat and press hard on the pedal, hold on tight and enjoy plenty of fun; as well as the amazed looks from bystanders (even if you are only driving a few miles per hour) as you pass by.
    14 Nov 2012, 04:10 AM Reply Like
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