July 25 (Reuters) - Tesla Motors widened its net loss in the second quarter to $105.6 million, compared with a net loss of $58.9 million a year ago, as the California-based electric-car maker wound down sales of its Roadster and began ramping up deliveries of the Model S sedan. Revenue of $26.7 million was down 54 percent.
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