It seems that people just can't get enough of the 2012 Tesla Model S, the all-electric luxury sports sedan that SIlicon Valley startup Tesla Motors says it will put on sale in little more than a year from now.
The factory has now released a whole set of new images, showing slight tweaks to the styling and a prototype finished in glossy black.
Feast your eyes on our photo gallery, above.
According to the factory, the 2012 Tesla Model S will be offered with three different options for its lithium-ion battery pack.
They range from the base Model S, costing $57,400, with a range of 160 miles, up to a price close to $100,000 for a Model S said to be capable of up to 300 miles per charge.
Tesla said in March that testing of its "alpha" prototypes was on track, and the company hasn't deviated from that line since.
In January, Tesla released video of an operating Model S prototype, which we've embedded below so you can see the car in action.