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Tesla unveils ‘release candidate version’ of Model 3

Tesla unveils ‘release candidate version’ of Model 3

Elon Musk-led e-carmaker Tesla unveiled the eagerly-awaited Model 3 on Friday, around a year after the renowned innovator provided a sneak peek at a prototype of the vehicle.

Mr. Musk used Twitter to post a short video of the Model 3 yesterday, showing a release candidate version of the new electric vehicle. The video shows the new car accelerating with quickness.

He also clarified that the Model 3 e-car is not a successor to the existing Model S. Model 3 is only a smaller, more affordable version of Model S w. The Model S comes equipped with more superior technology.

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Tesla Users hogging superchargers will have to pay fee at 40 cents per minute

Users hogging Tesla superchargers will have to pay fee at 40 cents per minute

Tesla Motors has announced a new policy aimed at users hogging superchargers in order to improve access for all Tesla users to the charging stations. In the recent times, Tesla users have expressed their concerns about access to superchargers. Tesla Motors has been improving its supercharging network but the issue at times is also caused by some users leaving their cars at terminals even after they have been fully charged. Tesla announced a fee of 40 cents per minute on users leaving their car on the charging point for more than 5 minutes after their vehicle has been charged.

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Tesla reveals level 5 autonomy for all its new vehicles

Tesla reveals level 5 autonomy for all its new vehicles

In a last-week announcement which took the tech and automotive industries by surprise, electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors Inc. revealed level 5 autonomy for all of its new cars.

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Tesla Motors’ Autopilot helps man struck by pulmonary embolism reach hospital

Tesla Motors’ Autopilot helps man struck by pulmonary embolism reach hospital

This Missouri man would not have survived if his Tesla Model X’s self-driving features would not have been there. Joshua Neally, 37, Model X owner, was on his way back to home from work when he suffered a pulmonary embolism.

He immediately led the Autopilot system to take up the control for 20 miles of highway driving and took him close to a hospital and was able to survive. The news would certainly improve the image of Tesla’s Autopilot system, which is under scanner after an accident in Florida this year. In the accident, the driver lost his life.

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