Last month I was out in Nowheresville, Ohio working with a machine shop. The owner just got a new X5 and I asked him if they had opened up a pickup truck dealer because his lot is full of them. He has 60 employees and they did a survey on what people drove. It was 35 Ford Trucks, 20 Chevy Trucks, 2 Dodge Trucks, 1 Escape, 1 Explorer and 1 Toyota Truck. Many of his employees driver at least an hour each way for work and it's just through the flat farmland of Ohio. Not one drives something efficient unless you count the 4-5 Harleys that some ride in the summer. I see this repeated all over the country in small and large businesses. It seems if you are in the country, it's a pickup. In the urban areas it's a crossover or SUV. You'd think there would be a number of small efficient cars due to the money saved in gas/diesel but yet, rarely ever see one in situations where they would be perfect. When I show up with my i3, people ask about it and are amazed how cheap it is to run but don't seem that interested at all because it's not big enough for what they need. Honestly, the i3 holds 4 people and cargo, so I guess that's not big enough. So, I think that Elio could do numbers of 20K per year but I just am not seeing the 125K to 250K per year. Maybe investors see the same thing.