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Sales Booming, Losses Growing for Tesla

Tesla CEO Musk announces that all 20,000 Model S electric sedans will be sold and that company expects to turn profitable first quarter in 2013.

Published: 24-Feb-2013

Sales of Tesla Motors Inc.'s electric cars are booming and the company is on its way to profitability, CEO Elon Musk told investors yesterday.

All 20,000 of the Model S sedans that the company plans to make this year will be sold, Musk said during a conference call on the company's fourth-quarter 2012 financial results.

"If we were to close all of our stores right now worldwide, and not have any car specialists or sales people, we would still sell out through the year," Musk said.

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