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Last week, Tesla started allowing all customers to configure and order the Model 3.

Tesla’s US website resumes Model 3 orders after briefly not working

Tesla's US website is allowing customers to order the Model 3 again. For a brief period Monday morning, the website was not allowing Model 3 orders. Last week, Tesla started allowing all customers to configure and order the Model 3, though the $35,000 base model is not yet available.
Tesla's Autopilot was scary to use at first, but I eventually saw how it can be useful.

I tried Tesla’s Autopilot for the first time — and it was nerve-racking at first

In June, I tried Tesla's Autopilot for the first time in a Model 3. Using Autopilot was scary at first, But I eventually realized how it could ease some of the foot and ankle fatigue driving on crowded streets can cause.
The Ferrari 488 Spider.

These are the 30 best cars for summer road trips

When it comes to picking the perfect ride for a summer road trip, you have lots of options. From the basic and utilitarian to the absurdly luxurious, these are the best vehicles to take when you hit the road this summer.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the Model 3 is the third product on which the company has gambled its existence.

Elon Musk said the Model 3 is the last product he’ll have to gamble the company’s existence on

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he believes the Model 3 is the last product on which the company will have to bet its livelihood in an interview with Bloomberg. The Model 3 has caused production problems and strained Tesla's finances.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk explained the company's production mistakes in an interview with Bloomberg.

‘We were huge idiots and didn’t know what we were doing’: Elon Musk blames Tesla’s Model 3 production issues on being ‘n...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said "we were huge idiots and didn't know what were doing" when attempting to redesign Tesla's production process for the Model 3, according to a report in Bloomberg. Musk said faulty robots and "naive" designers contributed to Tesla's production problems.

Elon Musk says he’s going to try to stop attacking people on Twitter that criticize him first

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he will try to be less combative on Twitter in an interview with Bloomberg. Musk said he had believed he could "attack" people who addressed negative tweets toward him, but said he should probably decline to respond to negative tweets more often.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has slept in multiple locations at the company's vehicle assembly plant this year.

Elon Musk said he slept on the floor of Tesla’s factory because he wanted to suffer more than any other employee during Model 3 ‘productio...

Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he slept on the floor of the company's vehicle assembly plant because he wanted to suffer more than any other employee during the troubled production ramp-up for the Model 3 sedan, Bloomberg reported.
Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk stands on the podium as he attends a forum on startups in Hong Kong, China.

Tesla customers will start losing a $7,500 tax credit in 2019

Tesla has sold 200,000 electric vehicles in the US, Electrek first reported, which means its customers will start to lose access to a $7,500 tax credit. The credit will begin to phase out for Tesla customers in January and will no longer be available in January 2020.
The Fremont, California, factory where Tesla produces its vehicles.

Some Tesla employees reportedly develop a zombie-like ‘Tesla stare’ after working shifts that can last up to 16 hours

Some Tesla employees work such long hours they develop a zombie-like "Tesla stare," Bloomberg reports. Current and former employees told the publication they drank large amounts of Red Bull, some of which the company gave them for free, to fight off the fatigue caused by 12-16 hour shifts.
A current Tesla employee told Bloomberg he was ordered to walk through raw sewage.

Some Tesla employees say they were ordered to walk through raw sewage during Model 3 ramp-up

Tesla employees said they walked through raw sewage out of fear of causing production delays, Bloomberg reports. A Tesla representative told Business Insider the company was not aware of any instances in which managers told employees they had to walk through sewage to avoid production delays.