How do you build a brand?
First, you have to be successful.
Then, you need to find a way to sell it to women.
In an electric vehicle industry, the two are synonymous.
For more than a decade, women have been clamoring to be able to drive electric cars.
They are eager to be among the first to be rewarded for their labor.
And electric vehicle makers have a lot at stake in finding ways to appeal to their female customers.
Electric vehicle makers also must convince female consumers that electric cars are the best way to travel and stay connected in an increasingly connected world.
The electric car market is dominated by two categories of electric vehicles: plug-in hybrids and plug-ins that are powered by gasoline.
In 2017, only 9 percent of all electric vehicles sold worldwide were plug–in hybrid models, according to research firm Autotrader.
The two types of vehicles are equally popular, with about 40 percent of the vehicles sold in the U.S. being plug-and-play hybrids.
But women are increasingly buying hybrids, too.
According to research by Kelley Blue Book, more than one-third of the U and U.K. plug- in hybrid sales in 2017 were to women aged 18 to 24, and more than 40 percent were to older women.
By 2025, more plug- and-play hybrid buyers are expected to make up more than two-thirds of the market, according a report from the automotive research firm IHS.
Electric car makers are increasingly relying on a mix of hybrid and plug model lines to meet the needs of the growing female market.
“It’s really about understanding what your customers want,” said Jennifer Heilbron, senior director of global sales for Tesla, the largest electric car maker.
“There’s no one single answer to the demand, and we really want to be the one to provide that to them.”
Tesla’s electric vehicle lineup consists of three main models: the Model S, Model X and Model 3, which can run on the same batteries as a gasoline-powered vehicle.
These models can drive anywhere from 35 miles per gallon to 100 miles per hour.
Tesla’s new electric vehicles, which were unveiled this summer, include a range of electric range of up to 300 miles.
But the company is also adding a range-extended range of 500 miles.
These range- extenders are used for those who need more range than a gasoline vehicle.
A new version of the Model X, unveiled this week, will also come with a range extension of 500 to 1,000 miles.
A Tesla spokesperson said the Model 3 and the Model Z will not offer this capability, but the company plans to introduce a more affordable range-enhancing plug-into hybrid model in 2020.
Tesla has also launched a range extender in its Model S sedan, and a range enhancer in the Model Y crossover.
The company is introducing the Tesla Roadster in 2020 as a plug-infused electric car.
The Roadster will also offer a range boost of 500-1,000-mile range.
The Range Extender Model S model, introduced in 2018, has a range enhancement of 1,200 miles.
The Tesla Roadsters, a crossover that debuted in 2020, has range extenders of up for 1,800 miles.
Model 3 The Model 3 has been the most popular plug-fueled electric car model.
It’s a small, four-door, crossover that will debut in 2019.
Model X The Model X SUV will debut later this year.
It will have a range extending of 1.3 miles and will be the first vehicle in the lineup to offer a more fuel-efficient, plug-plug hybrid option.
Model Z The Model Z SUV will be available later this fall.
It is the smallest, most fuel- efficient and plug plug-to-charging electric car in the segment.
Tesla plans to sell as many as 200,000 Model Z cars annually in 2020 and beyond.
The Model S is a compact SUV that will be offered starting in 2020 with a base price of $35,000 and a $7,500 starting price for a four-seat configuration.
The price of the new car will drop to $27,500 and $20,000 in 2021.
Model III is the next generation in Tesla’s line of electric cars with a starting price of about $35/month for four seats and an expected delivery date of March 2021.
It features a range increase of 1 to 2,200-mile in 2021 and a more powerful electric motor.
The base price for the Model III will be $37,000.
The cost of the electric vehicle will be capped at $30,000 for a three-seat vehicle.
The X SUV has a base pricing of $40,000 with an expected retail price of at least $40K.
It has a new hybrid drivetrain that will include the new