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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by FreeOfPge, Aug 20, 2013.
I doubt Tesla would do that. (And we don't have a Model E...)
Recycled topic. I think we're on round 6.
Well actually...maybe we do.
1. Model E (trademark): For Automobiles and structural parts therefor
2. Model E (trademark): For Articles of clothing, namely, t-shirts, shirts, jackets, hats; headgear, namely, sports hats, caps, sun visors; hats for infants, babies, toddlers and children; infant and toddler one piece clothing; infant wear
3. Model E (service mark): For Providing maintenance and repair services for automobiles
So after the S-E-X and Y, we just have to figure out if the next model is an L or a G.
MODELE! WOW! I love it: S_E_X. What kind of vehicle will it be? Can TESLA build a pick-up on the current batteryplatform?
When I said 'I don't think Tesla would do that', my meaning was that I believe they're above that prurient twist on things. I'm sure they're aware. But 'S' for sedan, 'X' for crossover utility, and 'E' for the mass market electric make sense.
Now if they hadn't changed the obelisk design, I might not be so sure .
I just wonder who'll be the first on the forum to get all three and take a picture of the line up S - E - X.
Candidates: NigelM, Doug_G, dsm363, ggr...
Bonnie will have REX
Rated E for Everyone.
Elon Musk gave a talk at the company I work at tonight. He mentioned that Tesla did already register Model Y, but nobody noticed.
MODEL Y - Reviews & Brand Information - Tesla Motors, Inc. Palo Alto, CA - Serial Number: 86052035
Excuse me. But isn't the new Roadster going to be called Model R?
I think they registered the Model Y as a joke.
Model S = Sedan
Model E = Everyone's car
Model X = Crossover
Model Y = Yes, it's a everyone's crossover
Model R = Roadster
Works for me...