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With Model 3 orders looming, Tesla seeks approval to double size of Fremont factory

Tesla Motors Inc. took a major step toward its ambitious goal of one day building 1 million cars a year by seeking to double the size of its Fremont, Calif., assembly plant. Under a long-term zoning proposal submitted to Fremont’s Planning Commission, the electric car maker wants to eventually...
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