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  • Tesla ventures into home utilities
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Tesla ventures into home utilities

Electric cars were never sexy. They opposed everything that made brands like Ferrari ooze sex appeal. But when Tesla launched the S P85, it was enough to make the US consider toning down the muscle and plugging in instead. Now, the brand that kinked up electric vehicles is trying its hand at home utilities.

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