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Tesla Offers 'Smooth Ride' In Groundbreaking Industrial Prototype

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Tesla is bringing its upcoming semi truck, the Semi, to some of its customers. According to Business Insider, UPS tweeted its test drive offered a "smooth" ride. The version of the Semi the company saw is likely a prototype. Tesla says production will likely start in 2019. Besides UPS, customers for the Semi include Walmart, Pepsi, Anheuser-Busch, and FedEx.

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