$30,000 is a lot to pay for a battery pack. And $70,000 is a lot to pay for a car – any car.
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No word about the cost of the car it will go in.
The good news is, this prospective wunderwagen will be cheaper than a Tesla, which has starting price of about $70,000 – about $100,000 for the version that can go 200 or so miles on a charge . . . if you don’t drive it very fast.
What I want to know is who the heck is buying these things? And how many of them can there possibly be?
So, I dug up some numbers.
Turns out the Tesla is the third best-selling high-end car in California (where it doesn’t get too cold, an important consideration for an electric car) just behind the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and the BMW 5.
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