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“Getting Ready For Model 3” — 15 Highlights From First ? Of First Tesla Model 3 Book

Hundreds of thousands of people are eagerly awaiting their Tesla Model 3 affordable supercars. Some of them are EV enthusiasts (okay, let’s be honest — fanatics) who want every detail they can find about the car. Some are actually electric vehicle virgins who need to learn a thing or two about charging and living with [&hellip “Getting Ready For Model 3” — 15 Highlights From First ? Of First Tesla Model 3 Book was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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