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Film: Greenbang visits Tesla factory

This has been one of the highlights of the year for Greenbang – getting under the hood of a Tesla, an electric sportscar that is set to vastly improve the standard of the average electric motor.

Tesla cars not only look good, but can get from 0-60mph in four seconds, have a range of 220 miles and take three hours to charge at home.

That’s not bad, but they’re not ready to go on sale yet. The company reckons next year (for $100,000 each), but they’ve still got a couple of things on the transmission to work on…

Greenbang visited the factory in California last week.

Two things you should know – we weren’t allowed to drive one because all the prototypes were being fixed. And we weren’t allowed to film too much of the battery technology.

Take our word for it though – it is very cool…

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