edit: Perhaps not ever, but in modern times? I have been binge watching all of the Mega Factory, How its Made, etc documentaries on YouTube and am fascinated by the logistics of Tesla. From what I could tell from the documentary, the motors and batteries are both made (assembled?) in Fremont. So, from a percentage of U.S. (or in NAFTA terms, North American) what is the domestic percentage of current production Model S? Tesla is a U.S. company unlike every other car manufacturer except for Ford and GM. It seems to me that taking this into account, there is not a more American car than the Model S. Is my logic flawed? R&D, production and profit seems to start and end in the U.S. What about the copper for the motors? Aluminum for the body? I am guessing the individual Panasonic cells come from Japan? Do these New Generation seats come from Europe? When the Model III starts receiving batteries from the GF it would be logical to think that the M3 will be the most American car in history? If Tesla ever does start advertising in the U.S. I could see this as a major theme harkening back to the Chevy Heartbeat of America, or whatever it was. This is just one more aspect that makes me so excited to get my hands on one of these vehicles.