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Tesla’s Model 3 Fuels Huge UK EV Sales Growth

The arrival of Tesla's Model 3 in the UK has caused quite a stir in pure electric car world, with sales of battery-only vehicles rising by a staggering 377 per cent year-on-year for the month of August thanks to Elon's globally hyped new motor. Read More >>

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Tesla UK Model 3 Priced From £38,050

The UK Model 3 virtual showroom has gone online today, revealing that Tesla's official UK RRP for the supposedly affordable electric car is £38,050. That's for the cheap one with the lowest spec everything that only comes in black. Read More >>

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UK Tesla Model 3 Orders Open Next Week

Tesla's smaller and more affordable EV is going to seem a little more tangible in the UK next week, when the online configuration and ordering systems for the Model 3 are to be switched on for Musk/EV enthusiasts in this part of the world. Read More >>

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Initial EU Model 3 Sales Beat its EV and Petrol Rivals

The EU launch of Tesla's Model 3 appears to have gone down extremely well in man-liking-cars world, with the smaller pure EV from the internet bigmouth outselling all of its EV rivals in its first month on sale -- and also beat the similarly-sized petrol-engined options from the big old traditional carmakers. Read More >>

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Tesla Launches One Model 3 into the UK

The Model 3, Tesla's cheap-as-a-Leaf EV, is coming to the UK soon, although there's one quite massive catch. The electric car company is bringing just one Model 3 over to show people, almost as if it's rubbing in the car's lack of UK availability. You might be able to buy it, though, if you're nice to the Tesla UK stand reps and they're not planning on sending it back. Read More >>

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Elon Musk Announces Tesla Model 3 Will Start Delivery On Friday

When he’s not waxing poetic about floors and digging giant holes in the ground, Elon Musk runs an electric car company. Late Sunday night, he tweeted the biggest news yet in Tesla’s short history. The Model 3, a more affordable Tesla, will roll off the assembly line on Friday. Read More >>

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One Tweet From Elon Musk Made £398 Million Disappear

Tweets are mysterious things. They’re sometimes witty, usually banal, and often just rubbish. But if you’re Elon Musk, your tweets can have a very real impact on how companies are valued. For instance, one tweet from Musk last night wiped out $580 million (£398m) from Samsung SDI’s market capitalisation. No joke. Read More >>

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Elon Musk Worries That Babies are Built More Efficiently Than Teslas

Tesla had an earnings call yesterday, one which was fairly typical for a Tesla earnings call. Except for the part where Elon Musk tried to relate the human gestational period to Tesla’s production cycle. Read More >>

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Tesla’s Model 3 Preorders Are Way Bigger Than Anyone Expected

Given that people camped out in line for a chance to pay a deposit on the Model 3, a car they won’t see for at least a year, it’s no surprise that the pre-order numbers are big. But 276,000 pre-orders in 72 hours is still a shockingly high number. Read More >>

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Report: Tesla’s Model 3 Displays Will Be Provided By LG

The Model 3’s ultra-streamlined dashboard design was the breakout star of the recent big reveal: No gauges, no monitors behind the steering wheel, just a single horizontal screen to the driver’s right. And according to a Reuters story, LG is supplying that screen. Read More >>

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Tesla Just Received £80 Million for a Car That No One Had Seen 

Tesla unveiled the new Model 3 last night, and it looks bloody incredible. But before anyone had seen one lone hubcap, Tesla had already raked in $115 million (£80m) in pre-order deposits, thanks to 115,000 people pre-ordering the Model 3. Read More >>

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Tesla Is Losing Money But Making More Cars

Despite losing money last quarter, Tesla shares are still up after their earnings report. Why? Because the company is beating estimates on how many cars it will be able to produce this year. Read More >>

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Tesla Model 3 Won’t Just Be One Car

The world has been eagerly anticipating the Tesla Model 3 for some time now but it seems that the car, when it does finally arrive, will actually be two different models. Read More >>

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Dear Tesla: Evading Environmental Laws for a New Factory is No Good for Anyone

Tesla Motors is planning a so-called Gigafactory, an enormous battery plant to supply the company's upcoming high-volume Model 3. California wants that factory bad, offering to waive its environmental regulations to win the bid. That's bad news—for Tesla, for California, for you and me, and for the future of electric cars. Read More >>

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Why Tesla’s Model 3 Could be the Most Important Electric Car Ever

Tesla's next electric car officially has a name: The Model 3. It seems like an all-around average saloon, no crazy up-swinging falcon doors or other outlandishness. Even the $35,000 (around £30,000 when sold in the UK) price is pedestrian. It's also what could make it as important to automotive history as the Model T. Read More >>