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Getting Ready for Model 3

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Model 3 is coming ... are you ready?

The Tesla Model 3 looks like it is set to become the "Ford Model T" of the 21st century, except it is even more important since it is critical to our security and a clean energy future.

You already know all of this, and there's a solid chance you’re considering one or have a reservation (or 2) in place for an industry crushing Model 3. But are you ready for the Tesla Model 3, and what do you really know about it?

A new book from our good friends at EV Annex has you covered. It provides:

  1. the basics of EVs
  2. what we know about the Model 3
  3. probable configuration options
  4. driving range matters
  5. personal charging infrastructure
  6. performance
  7. autonomous driving
  8. expected delivery timing
  9. cost of Model 3 ownership
  10. Gigafactory 1
Like I said, the book has you covered – whether you're an EV novice or a veteran of the EV1 days.

We at CleanTechnica are happy to have many of our photos from unveiling night featured in the book as well – huge props to Kyle Field for slipping onto the test track with me and spending 2 hours snapping these photos in tragically dark and challenging conditions.

If you'd like a free chapter of Getting Ready for Model 3 before buying it, or if you just want to pester the Tesla fanatics behind it, you can do so here.
Getting Ready for Model 3
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