The idea of a sporty electric sedan as a daily driver is gaining momentum.
The initial output production number set for building Tesla Model S cars was 400-a-week. The company has recently passed that mark as demand for the car continues to grow. More interest has sprouted from Europe and Asia which will lead to deliveries of the Model S in that region by the second half of this year. Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, is projecting that 2013 sales will hit 21,000 cars and production output of 800-cars-a-week with a Model X SUV, a compact SUV and a smaller, less costly sedan in the works.