However, this car here described, does not yet exist or Tesla Motors is the manufacturer of this car. Even when Tesla Motors produces the car 100% electric, only 150 vehicles it sold in 2008, and plan to produce 1200 in 2009. The vehicle that they manufacture is two-seater sports and sell it at 109,000 dollars. In addition, even not using wind turbines to recharge batteries. Will note that the orientation of Tesla in the utilities that produce, and not precisely to serve the neighbor, nor to the planet. On the other hand, the strategy established by the automotive traditional manufacturers like GMC, Ford, Chrysler and Asians as the Toyota, Honda, Hyundai, is the enter with hybrid cars, they have internal combustion engines, in addition to the electrical part.
If the automotive plant in United States change every 10 years, then doesn’t make much sense enter hybrids then again switch to electric, since this very expensive resultarian for the planet. Even when he began to produce electric cars, there would be no sufficient production to eliminate internal combustion cars and will require 10 years of production to go growing electric population and decreasing the population of internal combustion. Currently required of employers and/or Governments that can develop wind turbine, to place it in a car or motor boats or sailing, to recharge batteries. It also requires that automotive factories changed its strategy to produce electric cars as more soon possible. Electricity-based automotive technology has very powerful enemies, as it is Exxon-Mobile, Chevron and all other multibillion-dollar oil. Also has the backing of the leading politicians in the United States, and probably in many other countries… By eliminating the energy cost of personal transportation, and inroads to eliminate the cost of terrestrial and maritime cargo transportation fuel, could boost the cost of products, freeing up resources to the inhabitants and Governments to improve other human aspects of health, education and improvement of food and raw materials producers. A social support strategy could also be established to mitigate the re-training of workers wishing to change to new industries.