In the fall of 2019, a Tesla enthusiast in Germany drove an electric vehicle from his home to the factory for an event.
It took him only two days, but it was an electric car that had never been built before.
The event was the Tesla E-Drive, a prototype electric vehicle built by a small team of enthusiasts.
The car was based on a Model S electric sedan and powered by a lithium ion battery pack that was about 2.5 kilowatts.
The battery pack has been in production since 2014 and was originally designed for the Tesla Model S sedan, but was subsequently used on the Model X SUV, which went on sale in 2016.
This electric car was then the first electric car to be used on a production car, making it one of the first Tesla EVs to be sold in the United States.
Tesla has now released the first production electric car, the Model 3, which will go on sale later this year.
The company said the Model E, which it has yet to reveal, will follow in 2020.
Tesla says it is working with electric vehicle makers to develop a “competitive standard” for EVs that will allow them to be more competitive with traditional vehicles.
That standard will ultimately be based on the technology of the battery packs in electric vehicles.
In the meantime, however, the company is trying to figure out how to develop its own batteries for the Model S.
It also has a battery supplier that has made battery packs for several of Tesla’s other vehicles.
The electric car company says that in 2020, it will be able to produce batteries at an estimated cost of around $1.5 billion.
Tesla will be making more of these battery packs, according to Tesla’s chief engineer and vice president of product management, Andy Lutgen.
The automaker is also considering building its own lithium ion batteries and using them in a variety of electric vehicles including the Model 7, which is scheduled to go on order in 2019.
The Model S and the Model 2, which were launched in 2017, were both produced by General Motors.
The Model 3 is also manufactured by GM.
The Tesla Model 3 will be the first “mass market” electric car Tesla will make, according the company.
It will be a “production vehicle,” which means it will not be sold directly to consumers.
The “mass markets” part means it won’t be made in large numbers, but Tesla says it will have a wide variety of customers.