April 27, 2014

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First Teslas delivered in China; 'Need for Speed' Mustang sells for $300K

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A worker cleans a Tesla Model S sedan before it's delivered to a customer in China. (Ng Han Guan / The Associated Press)

Tesla delivers first Model S cars to China
Tesla delivered its first eight electric Model S sedans to customers in China recently, and CEO Elon Musk says the company will build a nationwide network of charging stations and service centers as fast as it can. Tesla probably will invest several hundred million dollars in charging infrastructure in China, Musk says. "My instructions to the team are to spend money as fast as they can spend it without wasting it," he says. Musk previously said Tesla might try to manufacture cars in China in three to four years.
The Associated Press




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(Barrett-Jackson)

Sold for $300K: 'Need for Speed' Mustang
The custom 2014 Ford Mustang GT featured in the movie "Need for Speed" fetched $300,000 during a recent Barrett-Jackson auction. The car (shown) was used in filming and was displayed at all promotional stops for the movie, which was based on racing video games of the same name. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Henry Ford Health System, a nonprofit founded by Henry Ford.
NWautos staff

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