When cars will be electric?
The car of the future is coming, and it’s going to be electric.
That’s according to Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors, which is poised to be the first company in history to have an electric vehicle on the market.
Tesla has released an announcement this morning detailing its plans to launch its Model 3 vehicle in 2019.
Tesla says that Model 3 will have the same specs as the Model S, Model X, and Model 3, but it will be powered by a Tesla battery pack.
The company also says that it will offer an in-dash charging system that can charge your Model 3 from any standard outlet, including the car’s charging station.
That system will cost between $3,000 and $4,000, and Tesla says the car will be “the first electric vehicle to be built with an all-electric architecture.”
The car will have all the features of a traditional sedan, including a seven-speed manual transmission, a touchscreen, and four USB ports for charging.
The car’s interior will also feature a touch screen, a rearview camera, and a rear air suspension, along with two seats, three front seats, and rear luggage compartments.
That all sounds pretty exciting, but Musk isn’t the only one excited about this new car.
BMW, Volkswagen, and Mercedes-Benz have also announced their plans to build EVs, and each of them has different specs.
The cars that BMW plans to produce will have significantly more horsepower than the Model 3 and have a much longer range than the Tesla Model S. BMW says it will produce the Model X with a 6.3-liter V8, which can reach 200 miles per hour (304 kilometers per hour) and go 200 miles on a single charge.
It will also have a six-speed automatic transmission and an all electric motor, as well as a range of between 150 and 200 miles.
Volkswagen will be building its own all-wheel drive, six-wheel-drive version of the Model C, which will have a 5.0-liter four-cylinder engine.
Mercedes-Borsch will also build an all diesel version of its all-new DTM supercar.
These automakers aren’t the first automakers to unveil plans to make EVs, but they are the first to put them all together.
All-electric cars will take off for the first time in 2020, when Tesla and BMW will unveil their plans for a plug-in hybrid vehicle.
The Tesla Model 3 is expected to be released in 2020.
The electric cars that automakers have announced are likely going to end up competing with each other and will eventually come to market, but Tesla and its rivals will have some time to market them before that happens.
The Model 3 won’t be the only electric car that comes out in 2020; BMW will release a car called the X3 in 2021.
The X3 will have Tesla’s Model S-inspired electric motor inside, and will be able to go from 0 to 60 miles per charge in just 4.2 seconds.
The automaker also plans to sell a plugless version of X3.
There are still a few cars in the works, but we don’t expect them to be as popular as Tesla’s electric cars.
The next big thing to come out of Tesla is the Model Z, which the automaker is currently working on.
The Z is a new vehicle, and the company is also working on a car that’s based on its upcoming EV.
Tesla is currently planning to release a version of this vehicle in 2020 and the next one in 2021, but these vehicles won’t compete with Tesla’s upcoming electric vehicles.
It’s possible that Tesla will be the company to finally bring the Tesla-inspired EV to the masses.
But, we’re going to have to wait a while for that to happen.