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Tesla Model 3 online ordering starts at 7:30PM PT

Tesla Model 3 online ordering starts at 7:30PM PT

On March 21, Tesla Motors said consumers would be able to reserve a Model 3 unit starting today at 8:30PM PT, the same time it will be unveiling the model at its event. That time has changed, Elon Musk announced in a tweet this afternoon, saying online ordering will start at 7:30PM PT instead to “ensure no server overload.” He also said in a tweet that each customer will be limited to two units.

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The big questions the Tesla Model 3 needs to answer today

The big questions the Tesla Model 3 needs to answer today

If Tesla is the Apple of the auto industry, then today's big reveal of the Model 3 is the equivalent of the iPhone 7 keynote. Elon Musk & Co.'s plans for an affordable electric car more suited to the needs - and bank balance - of the mass market have been ticking away in the background for some time now, but it's only today, at an event at its facility in Los Angeles, CA, that we'll get the first clear sight of the fruits of those efforts.

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Tesla quietly discontinues 10-kilowatt-hour home battery

Tesla quietly discontinues 10-kilowatt-hour home battery

If you've been holding out on buying Tesla's 10-kilowatt-hour residential battery, you may have waited too long. Recently, the company quietly pulled all references to the home battery solution from their website. After being pressed, a representative from the company announced that they have, in fact, discontinued the item.

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Existing Tesla owners can jump the line on Model 3 reservations

Existing Tesla owners can jump the line on Model 3 reservations

Tesla may be unveiling its hotly-anticipated Model 3 on March 31, but the big question among would-be "affordable EV" buyers is how they can get one. That's something Tesla has announced today, along with some details which might well frustrate potential new-acquisitions to the brand.

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Tesla’s Model 3 to debut March 31 (and it’ll be drivable, too)

Tesla’s Model 3 to debut March 31 (and it’ll be drivable, too)

What could well be Tesla's most important car, the Model 3, will be revealed on March 31 in Los Angeles, the company has said today. The electric car manufacturer sent out invites to press this afternoon, confirming the announcement date that had been revealed last month as part of the company's financials.

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Tesla Model S sedans to finally race each other in new EV series

Tesla Model S sedans to finally race each other in new EV series

Tesla's high-tech, all-electric Model S is finally going to see some racing action beyond the quick starts drivers pull off at traffic lights. The company Electric GT Holdings has announced the creation of the Electric GT World Series, an all-electric racing series that will be the first to feature zero-emissions cars based on standard consumer vehicles. The first race in the championship will be held as early as 2017, with each car being a near-production version of the Tesla Model S P85+.

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Tesla will now tow your car up to 500 miles

Tesla will now tow your car up to 500 miles

There's really nothing worse than being on a road trip, only to have your car break down a few hundred miles from home. You're pretty much stuck paying whatever mechanic is nearby to do the work. If you don't have the cash for whatever it is, then good luck getting your car towed all the way back home. But if your car is a Tesla, you won't have anything to worry about.

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Radio Flyer Tesla Model S kid’s ride-on hauls 81 pounds

Radio Flyer Tesla Model S kid’s ride-on hauls 81 pounds

Radio Flyer is a name that many will be familiar with, mostly from the iconic red wagons that children play with everyday all around the country. Wagons aren't all that Radio flyer makes though, the company also makes a slew of other ride on toys for kids. The latest that Radio Flyer has announced is a battery-powered ride-on toy that looks like the Tesla Model S.

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We’ll see the Tesla Model 3 on March 31

We’ll see the Tesla Model 3 on March 31

Tesla's most affordable car, the Model 3, will make its grand debut on March 31st, the company has confirmed today. The news came as part of Tesla's financial results for Q4 and full-year 2015, amid a 76-percent increase in Model S deliveries.

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Tesla ditches 85 kWh battery pack option for Model S

Tesla ditches 85 kWh battery pack option for Model S

Tesla doesn't want to have to deal with as many powertrain options when it comes to building its popular Model S EV. Word has now surfaced that the 85 kWh battery pack option has been discontinued in Canada and is expected to be discontinued globally. Replacing that 85 kWh battery pack is the 90 kWh unit that debuted last summer.

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You can now summon your Tesla Model S with your Apple Watch

You can now summon your Tesla Model S with your Apple Watch

When Tesla announced firmware version 1.7 last month, which introduced the much anticipated "Summon" feature to the electric car, we knew it was only a matter of time before some enterprising developer plays around with the feature and takes it elsewhere. That time has indeed come and Allen Wong from Rego Apps has finally updated his famous, or infamous, Remote S Apple Watch app. And its new feature is as what you'd expect, allowing you to call your car from almost anywhere with a few taps on your wrist.

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Tesla to ditch SDK in favor of mirroring iOS, Android apps

Tesla to ditch SDK in favor of mirroring iOS, Android apps

The car software platform wars are just heating up but at least one car maker is backing out of pushing its own, independent platform. At the Hong Kong event where it also teased another car after the Model 3, Tesla CEO Elon Musk touched on the somewhat thorny subject of the Tesla EVs' SDK. In almost a complete U-turn from its previous position, Musk said that the company is now focusing on just allowing users to mirror their Android or iOS apps on the center screen, instead of having to create a different set of apps just for Tesla's cars.

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