Tesla's first profitable quarter puts luxury automakers on notice, but others should keep calm and carry on

Electric vehicle (EV) startup Tesla Motors announced its first quarter (Q1) of 2013 was profitable. The company generated $11 million in profits from revenue of $562 million in Q1 2013, and delivered 4,900 Tesla Model S EVs. It expects to sell a total of about 21,000 EVs in 2013. The company's st...

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