WA is indeed second in Leaf sales.
I remember a study which predicted NY & FL being the top EV markets after CA by 2020.
ps : I guess we will go back to being the highly caffeinated vampire state.
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Nice, congrats! However, you'll ultimately need that photo to keep your spirits up as our Texas volume ramps up. Take heart, you'll maintain your lead in Tesla stores in cities with the name "Beach" in them.
To be fair, the competition should be done per capita.
Ahem... Shouldn't this be a battle for *third* place? NorCal and SoCal are duking it out for the top spot and they are two different states for all practical purposes
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Thanks. Well, you'll find that soon we will have two service centers and two stores in the state and the two new facilities won't have the name "Beach" in them.
Tesla is adding a new service center in Tampa and a new store in Orlando. That should accelerate our sales momentum.
I see Texas only has one each.
Just remember, WA has the cheapest electricity rates in the nation and one of the greenest grids, that will definitely help us get and hold our second place.
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