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Hey guys,

I've modeled out Tesla's volume through 2013. I tried to be as conservative as possible since I am a huge fan of Tesla, but I'm still coming up with some pretty encouraging values.

You can view the link below or you can download the excel spreadsheet and play with the figures yourselves. Everything is driven through the quantities of the cars sold. You can also figure out the price target using the little calculator I've provided in the sheet.

Thoughts and adjustments much appreciated

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3A3-cUX1oy6eTdKZmNmalFPNm8/edit?usp=sharing

I've modeled out Tesla's volume through 2013. I tried to be as conservative as possible since I am a huge fan of Tesla, but I'm still coming up with some pretty encouraging values.

You can view the link below or you can download the excel spreadsheet and play with the figures yourselves. Everything is driven through the quantities of the cars sold. You can also figure out the price target using the little calculator I've provided in the sheet.

Thoughts and adjustments much appreciated

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3A3-cUX1oy6eTdKZmNmalFPNm8/edit?usp=sharing

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