Tesla CEO: No Beta Version Of The Model 3, Going Directly To “Early Release Candidate”

There will be no “Beta” version of the Tesla Model 3. The company will instead be going directly to an “early release candidate,” CEO Elon Musk reportedly revealed on a recent “secret” investor conference call

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