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Tesla’s Model 3 is coming to some of its East Coast showrooms

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    View the original article: https://techcrunch.com/2018/01/19/teslas-model-3-is-coming-to-some-of-its-east-coast-showrooms/?ncid=rss

     Tesla is bringing its newest production vehicle to its showrooms in some East Coast locations for the first time, so that potential (and many actual) customers will be able to check it out in person. The carmaker will have Model 3 demo units on display at showrooms in New York, Boston and Miami starting this week, CNBC reports.
    The Model 3 will be on display in Manhattan’s Meatpacking… Read More

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