Yet another car recall, this time it’s BMW
The car should be about 1/5th smaller than the Model S (pictured above with this story), and still get a range of 200 miles. The new Tesla Gigafactory technology played a key role in lowering the prices. Tesla also was quick to clarify that the images used in Auto Express were mock-ups of how it might look by the magazine, and not actual photos. The image associated with this story shows the larger Model S, but in the Tweet below, you can see an artists rendition of the new Model 3.
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The recall affects 3-Series vehicles produced between May 1999 and August 2006. Read More Recalls aren’t stalling GM’s sales Jochen Eckel | Bloomberg | Getty Images A worker affixes a BMW hood ornament on 3-series car during its production at the opening of the company’s new plant in Leipzig, Germany, May 13, 2005. Problems with similar airbag systems from the same supplier used by BMW occurred in rare cases, although there have been no known problems involving BMW vehicles, the company said on its website. “The replacement campaign is a voluntary precautionary measure that aims at minimizing the risk of faulty airbag activation,” it said. By Reuters
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But Chevy certainly isn’t alone in offering in-car services like Wi-Fi. Audi, too, has an in-car Wi-Fi offering, Audi Connect . And a Tesla rep says its Model S includes 3G connectivity. And, as ClickZ previously reported , earlier this year, Google announced the Open Automotive Alliance in order to develop Android-based in-car entertainment and information systems for manufacturers like Audi, Honda, and Hyundai.
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