Tesla Motors Inc. is preparing to start selling the first Model S in the U.S. as early as next month.
The car, which will go on sale in the first quarter of 2020, will be powered by an all-electric drivetrain, according to the automaker.
The car’s name is “Tesla,” a play on Tesla’s name, the Greek word for “transformer,” and it will be called “Tesla.”
It will have a range of 310 miles (465 kilometers), the automakers says.
It will be available in five trim levels, including a top-of-the-line Model X.
The Model S is expected to be available at the same price point as the Model X, which goes for $80,000, according an estimate from Autodata, a vehicle pricing website.
It’s unclear how much the Model S will cost, but analysts are estimating it could be more than $150,000.
The vehicle is expected not only to be faster than Tesla’s Model X SUV, but also more affordable than the luxury SUV that Tesla sells now, which costs about $60,000 and is equipped with a five-seat seating configuration.
The Tesla Model S, which is expected in 2020, is expected for the U:P.
price range of $80k – $130k, Autodatalas estimate.
The company will begin selling the vehicle at the end of 2021.
In its marketing materials, Tesla calls the Model 7 the world’s best electric vehicle.
It is designed to offer consumers a range, handling, and efficiency that exceed those of any other vehicle.
Tesla says it is also the first vehicle to offer a six-speed automatic transmission.
It also claims that the Model A, the current Model S sedan, will go into production in 2021.