A Tesla Motors subsidiary has offered a guarantee of two-hands-on-the-road for electric-car owners.
The company’s new “Secondhand Car Guarantee” is part of a plan to offer guaranteed delivery on electric vehicles to people who do not have a second-car.
The carmaker has set a goal of 1.5 million electric cars per year by 2020.
It says its first-hand guarantee will be made available to owners of all models, including the Model S, the Model X, and the Model 3, at a cost of $50 per second.
Tesla also announced last month that it will sell the carmaker’s cars for a discounted price.
The company said its first car will cost $35,000 and that owners can buy up to four cars for $2,000.
The announcement came just days after Tesla announced that it was investing $3.5 billion in its Gigafactory in Nevada to build electric vehicles and battery packs for electric vehicles.