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How Will Elon Musk And Tesla Fix Australia’s Electricity Issues?

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Tesla unveiled its latest electric car, the Model 3, almost a year ago, but Elon Musk today provided a peek at an almost-final version of the vehicle.
Totally different :)— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 24, 2017Just in case it’s not so obvious to you why the company would want to call it Model E, consider that Tesla already has a Model S and Model X, Musk and Co. figured they’d round out the lineup with Models S, E, X.
Search carsFirst drive of a release candidate version of Model 3 pic.twitter.com/zcs6j1YRa4— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 24, 2017Musk also today clarified something: The Model 3 isn’t a successor to the Model S. Instead, he wrote, “Model 3 is just a smaller, more affordable version of Model S w less range & power & fewer features,” and clarified that the “Model S has more advanced technology.”
Musk posted a short video to Twitter Friday showing a “release candidate version” of the Model 3.
“Am noticing that many people think Model 3 is the ‘next version’ of a Tesla, like iPhone 2 vs 3,” he wrote.

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How Will Elon Musk And Tesla Fix Australia’s Electricity Issues?

Answer by Ben Kelley, Australian, on Quora:How will Tesla fix Australia’s power issues?
How will Tesla fix Australia’s power issues?
With a large battery installation South Australia will have one of the cleanest electricity supplies in Australia.
One of the key issues is South Australia (Adelaide) has no coal fired power plants anymore.
South Australia’s luck was running out.

Elon Musk Says A Major Tesla Update is Coming Next Week

as mentioned in Will Autonomous Driving Save Lives?
Primarily because the company has been teasing consumers with its 8.1 update for several months now, heightening anticipation with each passing day.
Autonomous vehicles have been met with limited acceptance in society for a few reasons, mostly to do with autopilot technology.
Tesla’s plan to implement fully autonomous driving by 2017 is ambitious, but it may be possible with the update to 8.1 — all while saving lives and the environment.
But the data is quite clear: autonomous vehicles can actually save lives.

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