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Full production by September.

The automaker released its earnings report today.

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Elon Musk sent out tweets of thanks.

The damage runs about $10,000.

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Seriously, just watch the video – but skip ahead about 10 minutes.

It's a safety feature for first responders.

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Not all of the Enhanced Autopilot features will necessarily be active right away.

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This frees up production for the Model 3 in California.

Trump isn't the only one tweeting car news.

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Easter egg first asks if you want your Mommy.

The latest Tesla Easter egg has arrived in an over-the-air-update and decreases zero-to-sixty time for Model S and Model X P100D owners.

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Model X driver says SUV has higher acceleration-accident rate.

California-based automaker says vehicle data indicates driver error in SUV plowing through the back of a garage.

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Total 2016 deliveries were 76,230.

Despite the miss, we should see 2016 as a success for Tesla.

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Price increase is delayed for two weeks.

Buy now, or hope that the pound rebounds soon.

We did a lot of neat stuff in 2016, and a lot of it was caught on video. Check out our favorite drives, experiences, and episodes from our original series that we selected from 2016's best.

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It's the Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start for the EV age.

Surprise!

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Originally promised for mid-December, enhanced Autopilot will get here when it's ready.

Be patient, and drive your own car for now.

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Don't call it a dealership, because it isn't one. We checked it out.

You can't actually buy Teslas there, but you can learn about them.

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Electric vehicle fans don't do boundaries.

To paraphrase Jeff Goldblum's character in Jurassic Park, "Tesla fans will find a way."

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Starting in 2017, new Tesla owners will have limited free access to fast-charging network.

Now we know when 'forever' ends.

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Best and cheapest cell in the world, says Musk.

Elon Musk has nothing but great things to say about the new 2170 battery cell.

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Toyo will display the lowered electric SUV.

You can't miss it.

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Consumer Reports dings Tesla Motors despite Model S improvements.

Those falcon-wing doors are still a problem for the electric SUV.

And what Level 5 autonomous capability means in the real world.

Tesla installs all the hardware necessary for Level 5 autonomous driving on all of its new cars. Here's what that means in the real world.

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Don't go thinking you'll be able to be an invisible Uber driver.

Now we get to wait for details about how the Tesla Network will work.

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