The company is currently planning to begin selling its first mass market car, the Model 3, this year.
The Tesla Model 3 is expected to be delivered to the public on July 19th.
It’s expected to sell for around $37,000 (approximately £28,000).
This will be roughly equivalent to the price of a new Tesla Model S or Model X.
It will have a range of 400 miles, according to Tesla, and the car’s range will be much more than that of a traditional car.
The company says it will have “an ultra-efficient battery pack” and will be able to travel from 0 to 60 miles per hour in 3.7 seconds.
The Model 3 will come with an eight-year, $35,000 warranty.
Tesla has already offered a $2,000 deposit on the Model S, but that’s not the full amount.
There are other incentives offered by the company.
Tesla’s first electric vehicle, the Bolt, is priced at $35K.
The company has said that its Model X will be the first mass produced car with a self-driving mode, but Tesla said that it won’t offer this mode on the first Model 3.
Tesla will also be selling the Model X with a choice of a Tesla Premium Package or a standard car package.
Tesla says it has the first production of a “high-tech electric car”, a Tesla Model X, which is set to debut in 2019.
The first Model Xs are expected to arrive in the US in 2019 and Europe in 2020.