powersurge wrote:First, I do not think that the Tesla 3 will ever be produced... The company could not afford to produce it.
Also, I would rather own a leaf, and replace the battery after 6-8-10 years, and NOT be raped with low-volume specialty toy with a big battery. With the Tesla, the battery is not the weak point in the system. The problem with Tesla is that you will not be able to afford repairs and maintenance, and replacement parts long term.
I see the Leaf as a flashlight that I can change the batteries with new ones when the batteries die. I would rather do that than pay ridiculous money to have "lifetime" rechargeable batteries, up front when I buy it....
I just have to laugh at your sarcasm here.