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Tesla drops ‘full self-driving capability' option for new vehicles

5 monthes ago   |   By VentureBeat

Tesla has removed the controversial 'Full Self-Driving Capability' option for new customers. It appears to be a temporary move.
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Tesla To Release ‘Midrange' Model 3 Sedan, Its Cheapest Car Yet

Tesla To Release ‘Midrange' Model 3 Sedan, Its Cheapest Car Yet

5 monthes ago   |   By Inquisitr

For most car buyers, the average Tesla may be more than a bit too pricey for comfort. But that could be changing, as the company's CEO and co-founder, Elon Musk, announced Thursday that it is now taking orders for a more affordable version of the Model 3 sedan.
According to Business Insider , the “lower cost, midrange” Tesla Model 3 will be sold at $45,000, with federal and state tax rebates reducing the base cost to $35,000 for California buyers. In a Twitter post, Musk said that the “true cost of ownership” could be closer to $31,000 once gas savings are taken into account. Interested...
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Tesla quietly drops “full self-driving” option as it adds $45,000 Model 3

Tesla quietly drops “full self-driving” option as it adds $45,000 Model 3

5 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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Elon Musk took to Twitter on Thursday evening to inform his followers of a new addition to the Model 3 lineup. This is not the long-awaited $35,000 version, however; the mid-range Model 3 starts at $45,000. Musk also revealed that the Model 3 ordering process has been simplified and now has fewer options. One that's missing-from all new Tesla orders, not just the Model 3-is the controversial "full self-driving" option. The reason? It was "causing too much confusion," Musk tweeted .
The mid-range Model 3s will be rear-wheel drive only, prompting some to wonder if the company was...
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