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This Supercharger station has 24 V3 charging stalls and 15 additional Tesla wall connectors. The wall connectors are powered by solar panels during the day and by power walls at night. Honestly, this Supercharger looks amazing! And on top of that, it’s great news that Tesla is already installing V3 Superchargers outside of the beta test locations and that they are using a full Tesla solar system to power them. This makes possible installing Superchargers that are independent from the electirc grid opening it up to more remote locations.
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For our second contest of the month, we’ll pick TWO winners who will receive a FREE USB by PureTesla. They will be able to choose between the iXpand and the USB/MicroSD one (both 128GB). They come formatted and ready to record your dash cam and Sentry videos.
All you need to do is retweet and follow on Twitter, check out our pinned tweet here https://twitter.com/tesletter. We’ll announce the winner next Wednesday. Good luck everyone!
Tesla just patented a new vehicle frame casting machine to produce the frame of the Model Y in almost one single piece 😱😱
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In case this happens to you here is an easy fix.
Tesla offers these for $2,000 but this Reddit user did them with 3M vinyl for $50. What do you think?
Tesla offers a tow hitch as an extra for the Model 3 in Europe, here is a review by Bjorn Nyland.
If you have disabled the «unlock on park» setting for security reasons, a second press of the park button would unlock all doors making it convenient to pick up someone/something from the back.
Read more: Reddit
Since such legistation is a joke, what could be better than a parody video about it?
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