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newratings.com meldet: WASHINGTON – Orders for Tesla Motors Inc ‘s (TSLA) Model 3 electric car have now topped 276,000 since the company began taking Order on March 31, the company Chief Executive Elon Musk tweeted The Model 3, which is slated to go into production in late 2017, is a sedan capable of seating five and going 215 miles on a charge and 0-60 mph in less than 6 seconds, starting at a price of $35,000 . Tesla Motors Says Model 3 Orders Surpass 276,000. weiterlesen …

foxnews.com: In this free preview episode of The Willie Robertson Podcast, Willie talks about food . “Cooking” w/ Miss Kay. How he evolved from fish to splurging on expensive meat. Miss Kay joins Willie and JD and continues the talk to reveal her favorite food. In the premium episode JD talks about what Willie’s employees “have to” get him for Christmas and other holidays. We learn more about Miss Kay’s upbringing around a grocery and hardware store, and the trio talk about the delectable delights of their pre-Duck weiterlesen …

nytimes.com meldet: Public works projects in Kolkata, India, are often started by politicians for pre-election boosts, planning is piecemeal and on-site supervision is weak . Before Collapse, Overpass Project in Kolkata ‘Made Our Lives Hell’ for Years. weiterlesen …

Dazu berichtet bbci.co.uk: Tesla chief executive Elon Musk says pre-orders of its much-anticipated Model 3 electric car currently total 276,000 . Tesla Model 3 orders total 276,000. weiterlesen …

rss.dw.de: Tesla goes mainstream with its Model 3 weiterlesen …

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rss.dw.de schreibt dazu: North Korea warns of pre-emptive ‘blitzkrieg strike’ against the South weiterlesen …

Weitere Nachricht von rss.dw.de: Game Over! AlphaGo defeats S. Korean grandmaster at Go weiterlesen …

Dazu berichtet rss.dw.de: HSBC deplores ‘seismic economic shifts’ weiterlesen …

Dazu schreibt rss.dw.de: Airbus, Boeing see deals slump at Singapore Airshow weiterlesen …

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