Electric cars are on the rise, and they’re on the way to becoming the next great transportation technology.
The first thing that stands out about electric vehicles is that they’re so cheap.
According to a recent survey by the NPD Group, the average price of an electric vehicle is $26,100, or just over $10,000 less than a gas-powered vehicle.
In terms of power, the Tesla Model S and the Nissan Leaf cost around $30,000 and $35,000, respectively, while the Chevrolet Volt costs around $40,000.
That’s a savings of $7,000 per vehicle per year.
Tesla, meanwhile, is offering a $1,000 rebate for first-time buyers of the Model S or the Leaf, and $1 a month thereafter.
It’s also offering $2,000 credit for anyone who buys an electric car through its website.
The company’s CEO, Elon Musk, also recently said that his company was looking to reduce the cost of batteries from 20 cents per kilowatt hour to $1.50 per kilo per kWh.
The goal is to achieve the cost reduction in energy and emissions that are currently at or near zero, Musk said.
The big question is how much will electric vehicles cost, but at least Tesla has the numbers.
Tesla has already said that its cost for the Model 3, its next car, is going to be “well under” $60,000 for the base model, which will include all the tech and technology found in the Model X SUV.
The cost for a range-extender model of the Tesla is also under $30.
Tesla is hoping to sell up to 5,000 of its vehicles per month, and the company says it will start producing them by the end of 2019.
Tesla’s electric cars aren’t the only new technology being touted by Tesla.
Its also hoping to produce a more affordable version of the Chevy Volt, which it hopes will be a competitor to the Nissan LEAF.
The EV is supposed to be cheaper than the current Volt, and there is some competition in the EV space from electric-vehicle manufacturer, General Motors.
The GMC Sierra EV is currently being offered for $20,000 in a limited-time deal, and Tesla is targeting to sell 1,000 units per month for the Volt.
GM is also reportedly considering offering an EV version of its Chevrolet Bolt, which is expected to be $50,000 more expensive than the Volt, if not more.
However, it is unclear whether the Bolt will be available as a mass-market car, or whether Tesla will be able to make the Volt even cheaper than it already is.
Tesla hasn’t been able to build a mass market EV.
That doesn’t mean it won’t, however.
The automaker will be launching a Model 3 production facility in Fremont, California, and is also working on its own electric-car charging infrastructure in the California desert.
That will likely mean that Tesla can make EVs more affordable.
In the meantime, Tesla will continue to focus on the Model 2, the EV that debuted in 2012.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says he has no intention of selling the Model 1, and will instead build a new electric-fueled Model 3.
Tesla currently offers a Model S, Model X, and Model 3 electric vehicles, which are all available in either sedan or crossover.
The Model 3 will be the first vehicle that will be made entirely from renewable energy.
The vehicle is expected with a base price of $35 per kilogram, but Tesla has promised to charge it at the lower end of the price range for the first few years.
The new Model 3 is expected in 2019, and Musk says that the automaker is going after buyers who want to buy the cheapest version of their vehicle.
The price of the new vehicle will be based on the vehicle’s energy efficiency and performance, and it will have a “performance level” of 70 percent.
It is expected that the Model 4, Tesla’s next vehicle, will also be electric.