Tesla just trademarked the Model E.

ASSUMING that this is Blue Star, it lets us in on part of Tesla's naming strategy:

If we look at the order of the English alphabet, letter X comes after S comes after E.

In terms of price, Model X is more expensive than Model S is more expensive than Model E.

So, the distance from the letter A actually describes how premium the vehicle actually is!

The question is, what will Model A cost?

ASSUMING that this is Blue Star, it lets us in on part of Tesla's naming strategy:

If we look at the order of the English alphabet, letter X comes after S comes after E.

In terms of price, Model X is more expensive than Model S is more expensive than Model E.

So, the distance from the letter A actually describes how premium the vehicle actually is!

The question is, what will Model A cost?

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However, I was expecting the Gen2 Blue Star to be "Model C" for compact.

If Tesla is kind-of, sort-of, following Mercedes' naming convention, then the "Model E" might be the Executive version of the Model S for sale in China.

Of course, I could be wrong.

X............Cross-over

E............Every day drive, Every person car, Economy, Efficient, Event, Enjoy, Executive(my personal

favorite), Electric, and it's a long shot , but 'Elon' ( I doubt that one, not his style). Those are

some of my guesses.

I do hope it's not for "Economy", who wants a car called economy, lol!!

You are probably confusing price of the Model X to it's signature version reservation payment which is $40k. That's not the full price of the car.

A: $200-$92,900

Source:

http://motors.shop.ebay.com/Cars-Trucks-/6001/i.html?Make=Ford&Model=Model%20A&_trkparms=65%3A2%7C39%3A1&rt=nc&_dmpt=US_Cars_Trucks&_flso=0&_fpos=26104&_fspt=0&_pcats=6001,6000&_qfkw=1&_sticky=1&_trksid=p4506.c0.m245&_sop=3&_sc=1

There are several letters to be avoided when naming Tesla models...