Tesla once again teased the Tesla Model S, an electric sports sedan with a 225-mile range and a $60,000 price, which we heard yesterday will debut March 26 and get built — maybe, eventually.

The company is once again building roadsters and may have its run of 2008 models built and sold before the end of 2009, meaning they maybe have room and capacity for building the Model S. Of course, none of this will likely happen without government funding or some other large funding source, which is a tricky bet. Hopefully, the company will overcome its recent stumbles because this sedan, despite its possibly vapory qualities, looks decent. It's got a touch of Quattroporte but smaller.


[Tesla via Auto Blog]