Tomahawk, WI 11/15/2013 (BasicsMedia) – With Model S cruising the world from the U.S. to Europe and China, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is no longer merely a concept stock, it’s real and everything is unfolding right in front of everyone. In some quarters, investors still think of TSLA as a concept stock. It’s true that TSLA is yet to record a profit in its books with regards to GAAP. But it’s not true that the company is far from making massive profits.

The company’s car deliveries have been growing, if not, its backlog surpasses that of other automakers. The company’s flagship car Model S has largely met the expectations of customers who have purchased it. It’s leading the new car registration in such wealthy pockets of California in the U.S. Europe is ordering more of the car and just last week, TSLA debuted in U.K. with a postmodern showroom/dealer-shop in London. At the opening ceremony of Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)London showroom, the company’s CEO Elon Musk said that by March next year, he hopes to have set several other shops and Supercharger stations to cover the whole of U.K. saying that the country was a strategic market for his electric car. At the same time, the company is also eying China for its all-electric car.

Investors expectations is met by TSLA’s Model S

If investors were wondering if TSLA has a future, the answer can be found in the company’s rapid growth in terms of deliveries and orders. In fact, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is one automaker that is just constrained by production rather than demand. It means that if it is able to meet its delivery schedule, there is nothing to distract it from achieving profitability in early 2014.

TSLA is not alone in the electric car market. There are other players such as Nissan with Leaf, Daimler with Smart electric and Ford with Ford Focus Electric. GM is also said to be entering this niche any time. However, what makes TSLA’s cars tick is that they are past concept, instead, they are highway cars that cruise hundreds of miles just like the traditional cars, only that the driver is relieved of refueling the engine and all that costly maintenance. This is why Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is beating the competition despite being a new entrant into the market.

Pricing and subsidies giving TSLA an edge in the market

TSLA is offering very competitive price for its Model S car. This has made the uptake of the car rather faster, so much so that the company is not even able to keep up with the soaring demand. Looking at the features of the car, its cost compares favorably against the traditional models. Something else that gives TSLA an edge is that electric cars attract government subsidies. In the U.S., Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) cars enjoy Fed and state subsidies. When the company announced its entry into U.K. last week, it also announced a hefty government subsidy on Model S due to its environment-friendly nature. The automaker is expected to fetch even more benefits for its customers globally as authorities buy the idea of reducing greenhouse emission with electric vehicles.

So basically, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) is not at the end of the rope as some would love to suggest. In fact, at $136 a share, the stock is trading well above the stock of most traditional carmakers.

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