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    Dave

    The only way this car will ever get released is if oil prices go up again people don’t care about mpg when gas is cheap

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    George

    So starting production in Q4 2016 and having the majority of the production in 2017 is now called delayed production until 2017? Elio can’t produce 50k units in a single month. I don’t think that is hard to understand.

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      JW

      The whole “start” in 4th quarter this year by producing the 100 fleet vehicles for evaluation is a red herring and you fell for it. Elio’s marketing team love rubes like you who eat everything they feed you. I’ll check back with you when they fail to “start” production in 2017.
      What part of THEY HAVE NO MONEY do you not understand?

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    Mike W.

    Well, damn. I can’t say I wasn’t expecting this, but…come the f**k on. Any serious company should be able to deliver an accurate production date, dammit! Elio’s already balls deep in the whole manufacturing thing (buying the manufacturing software, factory, etc.) but they better hurry their asses up before electrics become cheap enough to make the P5 irrelevant.

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    Chris

    Surprise, Surprise, Surprise! Now Elio has pushed the date back again to 2018. The “new” USFL will be playing a schedule before Elio purchasers are driving their cars. Oh, but wait, the USFL is doing the same thing, pushing back the date, Gee there’s a connection here. Neither one will Ever Happen In Reality

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