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Tesla needs to stop improving its most successful car (TSLA)

The Model S, the first car that Tesla designed and engineered from scratch, has been perfected. A few months back, the all-electric automaker announced a new battery pack for the Model S, creating in the the process the $135,000 Model S P100D, an all-wheel-drive four-door that can travel 315 miles between charges on its 100 kilowatt-hour battery and blast from 0-60 mph in 2.
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