Tesla Launches Model 3  

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Tesla Motors launched their Tesla Model 3 today, with Elon Musk highlighting the need to shift to sustainable forms of transport.

Musk said the car will have a range of at least 215 miles and will cost around US$35,000. Deliveries are expected to begin in late 2017. The vehicle will do 0-60MPH in less than 6 seconds, and all cars will include support from Tesla's charging network. Around 115,000 orders have already been received for the car.

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Ahhh the new Tesla. We just need to all wait until the new 2017 model finally breaks under the 100k mark. Up to now I've been considering but it's just too expensive.

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