Did you buy a Tesla Model S in late 2013? No? Then you must have been the only person who didn't. At a Detroit Auto Show press conference, a Tesla VP announced that the electric automaker surged past sales expectations in the fourth quarter of 2013, sending their stock prices up, up and away.
Reuters reports that Tesla vice president of global sales and service Jerome Guillen — in addition to breaking our hearts by scoffing at the idea of a Tesla pickup truck — said Tuesday that the company moved 6,900 Model S sedans in the fourth quarter. Their original sales predictions were under 6,000.