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Tesla’s Model 3 Key Fob arrives without ‘passive entry’ feature

We knew a Tesla Model 3 key fob was coming thanks to an FCC application, now it's available to buy via the EV-maker's website for $150. Or at least it was — the sleek, black clicker emblazoned with the Tesla logo has already sold out. But, as Electr…Read more

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