It's been many months since I've posted here, but I saw this article in Automotive News last night and I simply had to share. I found it to be a good read, sorry if it's a repost. Elon Musk talks future of Tesla Elon grants AN an exclusive interview, and a lot of industry leaders and analyst experts weigh in on what it's going to take for Tesla to make the next leap to volume manufacturing. What's particularly interesting to me is that so many of the hurdles to large scale success that are mentioned in the article, that Tesla is facing in the very near future, are exactly the same hurdles I had mentioned in years past here on the forum in various posts in different threads regarding the Model S and Tesla's future. So many people back then told me I had no idea what I was talking about. Not saying anyone's going to be proven right or wrong, but the realities can't be avoided. The next few years ought to be interesting for sure.