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I tried the Tesla Model 3: Here’s what you need to know

I tried the Tesla Model 3: Here’s what you need to know

To say the Tesla Model 3 has been hotly anticipated is an understatement, and last night's unveiling in Los Angeles reached Apple-levels of excitement. CEO Elon Musk is still playing many of the details close to his chest, but after taking a brief ride in one of the latest prototypes, I do know a little more about the $35k electric car that could give the auto industry a serious shake-up.

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Tesla Model 3 first ride – Inside the $35k game-changer [Video]

Tesla Model 3 first ride – Inside the $35k game-changer [Video]

When Tesla asks if you want to take a ride in the future, you don't turn them down. Hot on the heels of the Tesla Model 3's big reveal tonight in LA, I was invited to go for a spin in the brand new "affordable" electric car.

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Revealed: This is the Tesla Model 3

Revealed: This is the Tesla Model 3

This is it - the "mass market" electric car that Tesla has been promising and teasing since Elon Musk & Co. decided to shake up the auto industry. Undercutting the current Tesla line-up by tens of thousands, and opening the door to EV ownership with that coveted badge - and the promise of the rapidly-evolving technology behind it - to a whole new cohort of drivers, to say the Model 3 is anticipated is to understate it considerably.

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Tesla’s Model S has a huge charging problem

Tesla’s Model S has a huge charging problem

Offer people free power for their electric cars and they'll undoubtedly plug in and take you up on that offer, and that leaves Tesla in a potentially tough spot. One of the electric car maker's perks for drivers of its Model S and Model X EVs is access to the Supercharger network, a growing number of high-speed charging stations at which not only do the vehicles get juiced-up fast, it doesn't cost a thing.

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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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