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Default Tesla D: Model S with second motor and AWD, new driver assist tech

Tesla's "D" unveiling hasn't quite started yet, but USA Today has taken the wraps off for Elon Musk & Co. Fitting into some of the rumors, speculation and a car spotted a few days ago, Tesla is rolling out new all-wheel drive equipped versions of its...

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