It’s a return to Tesla business as usual this week — though when it’s Tesla, business as usual is anything but. The automaker announced it’s getting rid of the base Model S and Model X, and making other changes to the lineup to simplify production. A safety report was released that showed improvements in accidents-per-mile over the last quarter. And a brand-new, crazy-fast Supercharging station just went live in Las Vegas.
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What else is going on in the world of Tesla? Read on for the latest from the automaker.