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Tesla's new delivery scheme

Tesla is trialling a scheme to deliver their Model 3s straight to their customers.

The multinational corporation - headed by Elon Musk - have started to deliver some of their vehicles to customer's themselves rather than rely on trains and boats.

He shared on Twitter: "We tried out a new delivery system using an enclosed trailer straight from factory to owner's home, so super convenient & car arrives in pristine condition without wasting plastic wrap."

Musk had warned that the company needed to make changes and investments to their delivery systems two years ago.

Back in 2016, he told potential investors: "The delivery of the cars is where the investment is needed. [If we] deliver three or four times as many cars, we don't want to have three or four times as many delivery centers. How do we make that delivery process more streamlined, [with] less paperwork, less bureaucracy, and get people ahead-of-time, really well-produced instruction videos for how to use their car?"

Tesla previously revealed their Model 3 design, calling it their "most affordable car yet".

Writing about Model 3 on their website, they shared: "Model 3 combines real world range, performance, safety and spaciousness into a premium saloon that only Tesla can build.

"Our most affordable car yet, Model 3 achieves 215 miles of range per charge while starting at only 35,000 USD before incentives. Model 3 is designed to attain the highest safety ratings in every category."

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