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On June 22, 2012, after all R&D was completed, it was launched in the market and cost 2,000.

A few months later, the second prototype came in: this time, it was a crossover, Tesla Model X.

Facebook is resilient and has innovation on its side.Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg unveiled the new opt-in dating feature on Tuesday as evidence that the company is looking ahead despite the recent turmoil that has weighed both on the stock price and its reputation.But is a new dating app enough to pull Facebook’s stock out of the doldrums?For instance, it inspired a spirited response from Mandy Ginsberg, CEO of Match Group, whose stock suffered more than a 20% decline on the heels of the development.Ginsberg went for the elephant in the room, telling the Wall Street Journal: But Match’s pain could be Facebook’s gain, as investors swoon over the idea of the social media giant playing cupid with its users.In 2016, a new car, Tesla Model 3, was announced, and the sales were scheduled for the same year, but then the start date was postponed to 2017.

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