Warranty, cost questions surround Tesla/Toyota partnership

Tesla – not one to shy away from the spotlight – announced a partnership with Toyota in parallel with its IPO offering, which entails development of a battery-powered version of Toyota's RAV4, with a prototype delivered to Toyota this month (see the June 23, 2010 LRPJ). Longer-term, Tesla plans to d...

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