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epa05238725 An undated handout photo made available by Tesla late 31 March 2016 shows the Tesla Model 3 electric car that was unveiled in Hawthorne, California, USA, 31 March 2016. According to the Tesla media relations website, 'the Model 3 should be the safest car in its class once testing completes. This, combined with over 200 miles of range while starting at 35,000 US dollars before incentives, makes Model 3 an extraordinary mid-size sedan. Model 3 will begin production in late 2017, ramping Tesla vehicle production to 500,000 vehicles per year.' EPA/TESLA / HANDOUT FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES

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Live online discussion with Real Wheels columnist Warren Brown about car-buying and the auto industry.

Federal reporting guidelines should not be made mandatory, says NHTSA Administrator Mark Rosekind.

The change could even affect soon-to-be Model 3 owners.

The Tesla Model S sedan is now the third-fastest car in the world, the luxury electric automaker announced Tuesday in a series of upgrades.

The electric automaker removes, then adds back, a word on its Chinese website.

Elon Musk says the Model 3 factory will someday look like an "alien dreadnought."

One big benefit Didi Chuxing, Uber's archrival in China, may get from the deal are software algorithms that Uber has developed.

Soon, your entire car could become a mapping device.

Specifically, Consumer Reports asked Tesla to disable autopilot’s “autosteer” system, issue new guidance to drivers about the system’s use, discontinue beta releases of semiautonomous technology and rename the autopilot feature.

Using Bugcrowd, a platform that connects researchers to firms looking to eliminate technical defects, FCA will award hackers up to $1,500 for reporting vulnerabilities in its so-called “bug bounty” program.

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba introduced its first automobile last week, the RX5 sport utility vehicle, set to be delivered to customers in August.

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