reeler wrote:I think Nissan will do a 30KWh and 40KWh option. This would be across models as a $5K option. They will release this in 2015 to take the mojo out of Tesla's Model C. They might even claim an up-to 200mi range.
Tesla Model C won't be out for 6+ years, maybe you meant Model E?
quick refresher on Tesla model names
Roadster = old nearly prototype design
Model S = current luxury sedan
Model X = soon to be released SUV (2014 release?)
Model E = to be released later lower cost sedan (2015 or 2016 release?)
Model Y = rumored crossover (2017 release?)
model C doesn't show up in even the rumored timelines until 2020 or later (see http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthre ... l-Forum%29
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