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Discussion in 'Tesla Motors' started by TEG, Mar 30, 2012.
interesting. "Tesla T" not, "Model T"
that is the Tesla Logo the "T" logo I think if you click on it it shows an image of the logo that is trademarked
Isn't this the Tesla T?
When bonnie parked here roadster at headquarters (for santanarow event), she photographed a toyota tundra with tesla electronics (drivetrain?)
could this be "model T" ?
Possibly one of their many drive-train mules that they used to test new components before the rest of the car was ready.
Why is the Model X there twice?
Hey TEG... How recent are those trademarks?
Obviously the Model T is already taken by Ford. Funny enough, I knew a guy that worked for a dot.com startup 10+ years ago called modele.com, sort of a play on the Model T and 'e' for electronic (like etoys and all the others), that rented exotic cars. Ford went after them and they were forced to change names. They didn't last very long.
Some have been around a while. I think the 'T' is from 2009.
it's actually the shield logo with the name over the T :wink::
Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS)
*edit to add pic*
Two different applications with different descriptions - one for goods, one for services:
Goods and Services IC 012. US 019 021 023 031 035 044. G & S: electric automobiles; electric automobile parts, namely, motors
Goods and Services IC 037. US 100 103 106. G & S: providing maintenance and repair services for electric automobiles
This one is actually a combo of logo marks #9 ("T") and #8 ("TESLA") on the listing from TEG.
The pics from USPTO are:
Does anyone have a higher-res version of the new style Tesla T?
I found this amusing...
Presumably you could build your own by modifying this:
There are better choices upthread. The T has changed since the shield days.
Hm. I didn't see any vector art upthread. I'll look again.