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Tesla has shipped out the first 30 units of its long-awaited Model 3, giving us a sneak peak of the car’s minimalistic interior — which it looks like no other car you’ve seen before.

The pared-down interior gets rid of the staples of regular cars — meaning no instrument cluster and no heads-up display. In its place is a 15-inch, bezel-free, horizontally-oriented touchscreen panel.

While all the information you need to know will be on the touchscreen, it’s definitely going to take seasoned drivers a while to get used to the new interior.

Tesla’s Model 3 will start at a base price of $35,000 with opt-in extras like a long-range battery and autonomous “driverless” features bringing the price up to $44,000.

In other news, here’s an inside look at the newly built Apple campus.

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