The electric carmaker’s first car is set to debut on September 26.
The electric sedan will be the first car to use the company’s Powerwall, a battery-operated, self-healing battery that can store excess energy for future use.
Tesla has promised to release the vehicle in September, but it’s not clear if this will be a standalone vehicle or a second-generation version of the Model S, a sedan that also has an internal battery that stores energy.
What is clear is that the Model 3 will be more powerful than the Model Y, which was designed with a smaller battery pack.
It will come with a range of 265 miles on a single charge and an estimated price tag of $35,000.
The Model 3 also features a lot of new features.
The car will offer an automatic climate control system, a new dual-zone parking feature, and a wireless charging port.
It also has a more spacious cabin, a bigger screen, and more interior storage.
The new Powerwall is expected to offer the same range as the Model X, but without the hefty price tag.
The Tesla Model Y is expected in October.
The battery storage has been a priority for the company, which has been making batteries for the Model 2 since 2013.
That car’s battery packs have a capacity of 250 kWh, which Tesla says will be enough for two to three hours of battery life.
But the battery pack is smaller than the one on the Model 4, and the vehicle has a smaller overall size.
In addition, Tesla has a much smaller battery in the Model 7, which will have a battery capacity of 200 kWh.
The company also announced that the Tesla Roadster, the sedan that launched in 2021, will be smaller and lighter than the Roadster 2.
It has a battery pack capacity of 150 kWh.
There’s a lot to like about the Tesla Powerwall and Model 3, but if you’re a Model S owner, you might want to be more careful with how much storage you have in the future.