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Software update, which is designed to put an end worry about drivers driving range will soon be sent out via the Internet brand electric cars Tesla. A few days ago the head of Tesla Elon Musk announced on his Twitter the upcoming press conference, which will be presented to the wireless update to Tesla Model S.

It is reported that an update will apply to all specimens manufactured models Model S. As a rule, a software update for cars Tesla distributed over the air via a built-in 3G-module. A recent update to reduce the dispersal model, and coming as a joke by some media, will turn into a submarine Model S James Bond Lotus Esprit from the collection of billionaire.

Tesla press conf at 9am on Thurs. About to end range anxiety … via OTA software update. Affects entire Model S fleet.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk)

Seriously though, Musk has not provided any additional information about the upcoming update. Today we know only that the “updated” owners finally stop worrying about power reserve their cars. Apparently, this will involve improving the efficiency of the engine. Source IBTimes believed that this can be achieved also by the use of regenerative braking.

Offering a long enough run between charges (twice as much as the majority of electric vehicles), Model S is still inferior to conventional petrol and diesel cars of the same size. Press conference held in Tesla Thursday, March 19. The venue is still unknown.

Since deliveries of Model S began in June 2012, Tesla has sold more than 50,000 of this model.

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