2013, the "Year of Model S" is almost over. With 2014 right around the bend, lets have some fun trying to predict the future. What do you think 2014 will bring for Tesla? At the end of 2014, we will need to resurrect this thread, and award appropriate internet points for whoever was closest. My predictions, based off of nothing but speculation are : A Model X Beta will make it's first public appearance at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. Tesla will deliver around 32,000 Model S's in 2014. Late in the year, we will see the first significant changes to Model S. Changes will include : 1. Available AWD, price will be around $7500 2. Available 110 kWh battery. This will be an additional $10,000 3. Slight redesign of the nose cone 4. Discontinuation of the 60 kWh battery 5. Supercharging will now be an option in the 85 kwh model, but will come standard in the 110 6. A $5,000 price reduction in the base price of the Model S Elon will let a few more details about Gen III slip out, but we will not hear anything official about it in 2014. Final Model X pricing will come out in the fall. It's going to be expensive, and early reservation holders are going to be pissed. The first few Model X deliveries will occur in November or December, probably to Elon and a few other founders only. No Signature deliveries in 2014. Tesla will open and additional 10 retail stores and 15 service centers in the United States. At least 2 coast to coat super charger routes will be completed before the end of 2014, but not all the 2014 dots will be built. A few locations that are not on the map at all will suddenly find a supercharger popping up next door. At least 1 more Model S owner will be unfortunate enough to have a collision severe enough to cause their battery to catch fire. Less people will care this time. Even though he does not actually own a Tesla, Rifleman (me) will still continue post on TMC, aggravating actual Tesla owners by posting stupid threads like this and questioning man made global warming. Ok, those are my guesses, now give us your 2014 predictions.