Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) vehicle deliveries are limited only by supply. Considering that it sells every vehicle it makes, one of the company's primary goals right now is to ramp up production. But once Tesla does ramp up production, will the demand for its vehicles be robust enough to meet investor expectations? Tesla said in its second-quarter letter to shareholders that management believes it can hit a rate of annualized deliveries that exceeds 40,000 vehicles by late 2014 -- a big jump over Tesla's guidance for total sales in 2013 of 21,500.
Currently running on an advertising budget of zero, Tesla shouldn't have any problem with demand in 2014, says Fool contributor Daniel Sparks. In the video below he outlines three specific reasons why he sees more than enough demand for Tesla's vehicles in 2014.
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