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  • Tesla gears up to launch a family-friendly SUV
  • Tesla gears up to launch a family-friendly SUV
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Tesla gears up to launch a family-friendly SUV

Electric cars have finally shaken the preconception that they’re slow and uncool, buffered by the rise of Formula E and models with a little sex appeal, like the Tesla Roadster. Elon Musk is now banking on the appeal of safety, with an electric SUV geared towards families.

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