Tesla is making a big push into electric vehicles.
It’s also bringing in a new line of battery-electric vehicles to market.
The electric car maker plans to begin selling a new version of its Model S sedan, dubbed the Model X, later this year.
This time around, the Model Y will get the same name as the electric car that started it all, the first Tesla Model.
The Model X will be sold in the United States, China, Europe and the United Kingdom, according to a press release.
While the company has not announced the price of the Model Z sedan yet, we can expect it to be priced significantly lower.
The new model is going to be a bigger and better car than the Model S. It has a much longer range than the original Model S, and the Model P, which was introduced in 2017, can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.2 seconds.
It can go 200 mph in a mere 5.7 seconds.
The company has been pushing the Model 3 electric car for quite some time, and it is likely to start appearing on the roads as soon as 2020.
The first Model 3 will cost about $35,000, and Tesla is planning to build more Model 3s for dealerships in the US.
The automaker will be rolling out the new Model X and Model Y as well as a few Model S models in 2019.
If you’re looking for a great bargain, the price for the Model 4 is expected to be about $80,000.
While there are many different electric cars on the market today, the best value for money is probably the Tesla Model S electric sedan.