This Saturday, we’ll be heading to the California factory where Tesla Motors plans to build its much-anticipated 2012 Model S electric sports sedan.
While we’re there, we’ll be given a full tour of the former NUMMI factory in Fremont, California. where the Model S will be assembled. We'll also have a chance to have a ride in a Model S Beta pre-production prototype.
We’ll meet Tesla employees, as well as some of the lucky electric-car buyers who have put down a deposit to be among the first to take delivery of a 2012 Model S Sedan next year.
And we’ll have a chance to talk with some of Tesla’s executives, including the team responsible for designing, engineering, and producing what promises to be a very impressive car.
But what would you like us to ask them on your behalf?
Perhaps you have a question about how the Model S battery pack will swap out (or if it actually will)? Or maybe you want to know how much technology from the 2008-2011 Tesla Roadster has made it into the company's first luxury sedan?
Let us know in the Comments below, and we’ll make sure we ask as many of your questions as we can during events that are spread over three days, from Saturday through Monday.
We write up our trip as we head for the Tesla Model S factory in Fremont, and we'll be live-tweeting from the event where possible. So make sure you follow GreenCarReports on Facebook and Twitter for the latest from this exciting event.