What you need to know about electric vehicles and loan repayment terms.
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Tesla announced the Model S sedan in 2017, but it didn’t have a fully electric mode of transportation until 2017.
Tesla said it was working on it.
The company released an updated version of the Model 3 last month, and it features a 3.7-liter four-cylinder engine that produces around 520 horsepower and 570 pound-feet of torque.
The Model S is a premium sedan, priced at $70,000.
The Model S’s first owner, David Karp, told Business Insider that the car is “really, really cool.”
The car is designed for a driver who likes to drive fast, Karp said.
“I want the vehicle to feel like you’re driving it with a very human feel.
So I want it to feel as if you’re sitting in the car, driving, driving and then you just have to switch on the Autopilot,” Karp told Business Insider.
The car can also handle some of the city driving, Kars said.
The $70K loan option is available only to customers who have already purchased a Model S, but Tesla is offering the loan to anyone who wants to take advantage of it.
“It’s not like you can get a Tesla and take the vehicle off the line, so you can go to a dealership and get the loan,” Kars told BusinessInsider.
“You can go and borrow the money and go buy a car, and you can then use the loan toward that purchase.
That’s the whole point.”
The company also says it is extending the loan for customers who are looking to buy another Model S. Kars explained that the company plans to offer loans for people who want to buy two or more Model S vehicles.
Tesla said the $70M loan is only available to customers that have already bought the Model 2 and 3.
“The Model 3 loan is available for customers that want to purchase the Model C, Model X, Model 3, and Model S,” Tesla said in a statement.
“To qualify, customers must have already paid the Model X and Model 3 vehicle price in full, with a down payment of $100,000 or more, as of the date of the loan.”
The loan can only be taken out with an Autopark credit card or credit card payment, and customers must pay all of the balance in full by April 31, 2020.
“We are offering a loan for a full-year term of $70 million to customers with a balance in excess of $120,000,” Tesla wrote in a blog post.
“If you are looking for a loan to buy your first Tesla vehicle, or if you have a balance greater than $120.000, we encourage you to call us and get in touch with us.”
The terms of the Tesla loan vary depending on the vehicle.
If you buy the Model P, Model S or Model X in the U.S., you’ll pay interest at 3.95% per year.
If your balance is $120 million or less, you’ll have a one-time interest rate of 1.25%.