AutoComplete: Tesla's Model 3 gets right-hand drive soon, will go on sale in UK
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Tesla has been relatively cautious with the expansion of its model three sales to other global markets.
In giving the trouble it had [UNKNOWN] US demand initially, that's probably been a wise decision.
Now, though, it looks like the big T is getting ready to open its order books for model three in right hand drive markets starting as early as next week.
So if you are in UK and you have been lasting after that sweet sweet electric talk you time is nine.
Ford announced on Friday that it was a subject of it's ongoing criminal investigation by the department of justice over concern that it may have represented it's a missions testing practices.
Ford made announcements back in February that it's going to be looking into it's testing methodology after employees voice concern and hired a Third party company to do that.
The government investigation could mean financial consequences for the VW or a change in steel economy ratings.
VW is at the nurburgring with its IDR electric grace car and it's gearing up for a [INAUDIBLE] record attempt with [INAUDIBLE] behind the wheel.
So far, it's only in practice lapse and the actual record attempt won't happen until this summer when weather is a little bit more predictable.
Volkswagen will be gunning for NIA's electric car record of six minutes forty five point nine seconds which it set back in 2017.
Based on IDR's performance, its high peak and good wood We're expecting big things to happen in a few months' time.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com.
We'll talk to you Monday.
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