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  •   Tesla's Model 3 doesn't come with a key
    This might take a little getting used to. After months and months of anticipation, Elon Musk has finally answered almost all of our questionsabout the Model 3. But there's one aspect of the electric car that might take a little more adjustment: there is no key for the Model 3.  SEE ALSO: We finally know what the inside of Tesla's Model 3 looks like, and it's stunning To be clear, this is not the same as the "keyless" systems, which require some kind of key fob, and it's not the app-enabled remote starting some automakers offer. No, the Model 3 doesn't require any kind of "key" or physical object other than your smartphone. Read more...More about Tech, Tesla, Tesla Motors, Model 3, and Tech

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  •   Driving a Tesla Model 3 is pretty damn awesome
    This is how an electric car should feel. Hell, this is how all cars should feel. Those were my initial thoughts after test-driving one of the very first Tesla Model 3 all-electric cars to roll off the assembly line Friday before the company's big reveal.  That exhilarating, yet short-lived experience, started inauspiciously. In fact, I was prepared to be underwhelmed. I mean, it's just a sedan, right? From a distance, the Tesla Model 3 looks like most other small sedans on the road. SEE ALSO: We finally know what the inside of Tesla's Model 3 looks like, and it's stunning It was not until I got close to the Model 3 and started examining the all-electric 4-door sedan, which starts at a mid-range-friendly $35,000, that I noticed the mostly subtle differences. Read more...More about Tesla, Elon Musk, Self Driving Cars, Model 3, and Electric Cars

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  •   We finally know what the inside of Tesla's Model 3 looks like, and it's stunning
    The wait is finally over. After months of hype and anticipation, Tesla has finally given us our first peek at the interior of the Model 3 and, well, it was worth the wait. The interior is every bit as sleek and minimalist as we expected. The most prominent feature is the 15-inch digital display, which has more of a landscape orientation than Tesla's other cars. Note that, as Musk confirmed to a disappointed Tesla fan earlier this year, there is no speedometer (or any kind of gauge, for that matter) behind the wheel. SEE ALSO: Driving a Tesla Model 3 is pretty damn awesome Close observers will notice that there are very few buttons or controls of any kind, which makes sense considering Tesla's autopilot ambitions. Read more...More about Tech, Tesla, Elon Musk, Tesla Model 3, and Tech

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  •   Everything you need to know about the Tesla Model 3
    All those niggling details about Telsa's eagerly anticipated $35,000 Model 3 all-electric sedan have finally been laid bare. The first 30 owners got their cars Friday night at an event at Tesla's Fremont, California factory, and now we know so much more about the car that's had analysts and enthusiasts giddy for months. There will be two Model 3 sedans. The $35,000 base model has a 220-mile range, can do 0-to-60 mph in 5.6 seconds, and has a top speed of 130 mph. The pricier $44,000 model has a 310-mile range, can do 0-to-60 mph in 5.1 seconds, and offers a top speed of 140 mph. That puts it in range of Tesla's more powerful and expensive ($72,000 base) Model S. Read more...More about Tesla, Model 3, Electric Car, Tech, and Transportation

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  •   An alt-right subreddit helped a Republican staffer write legislation
    A conspiracy theory subreddit devoted to President Donald Trump is apparently writing our legislation now. According to Wired, a Republican staffer actively asked r/The_Donald—widely known for being home to racism, xenophobia, and Islamophobia—for advice in crafting an amendment.  H.Res.477, which was proposed on Wednesday, calls for an investigation into the alleged misconduct of... you guessed it, Hillary Clinton and James Comey.  SEE ALSO: The alt-right weaponisation of the 'friend zone' Sponsored by Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, the amendment repurposed a resolution from Rep. Pramila Jayapa, a Democrat, that asked for information on the firing of former FBI Director Comey. Read more...More about Reddit, Newsy, Congress, Resolution, and Congressman

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