Two years ago, electric car maker Tesla introduced its first ever second-generation car, the Model S. Now, the carmaker is trying to convince second-level consumers to give it another shot.
Tesla is offering its second-gen Model S for $50k in two different colors: black and white.
The price of the Model 3 sedan is $49,995 and the Model X SUV is $57,990, which makes the Model 2 $44,950 and the first-gen $49.5k.
Tesla has yet to announce a second-price for the second-year Model 3.
Tesla is only offering the vehicle in the states of Washington and Oregon, and it is unclear how many vehicles it will offer in those states.
Tesla’s second-line of EVs will debut later this year in a variety of color options.
The first-generation Model 3 will go on sale in 2019, while the second generation will arrive in 2020.
Tesla is not offering the car in Nevada or New York, where it is required to register the car.
The first-hand model will be offered in a “2-door sedan” with a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine and a 1.6-liter electric motor.
It will come with an automatic transmission and a 6-speed manual transmission.
The car’s styling is also not set in stone.
Tesla’s first- and second-model cars share the same rear fascia, which is a unique design.
The second-wheelbase Model 3 and its premium interior are the most similar to the first model in terms of design.
The company is also aiming to make the second model affordable by using premium materials and materials in the cabin.
Tesla also said that the car will come in two colors, black and blue, but we have not seen a price yet.
Tesla announced the new vehicle at a presentation on Wednesday, but the company did not reveal any specifications.
The company said it expects the Model 1 and Model X to go on sales this year.