Electric cars have been around for a while now, and in fact, they are already being offered in several countries.
That includes Germany, where Tesla announced plans to introduce its first electric car, the Tesla Model 3, at the end of March.
Tesla currently has about 500 electric vehicles on the road, but with the Model 3 coming out, the company is planning to launch an even bigger fleet of electric cars, which could reach up to 1,000.
Now, in an interview with German newspaper Der Spiegel, CEO Elon Musk revealed that the company will soon introduce the Tesla Electric SUV, the Model S SUV.
The car will offer a range of about 150 miles (250 kilometers) and will be priced between $37,200 and $53,200 (around £34,500 and £45,000).
That price will be higher than any of the other electric car options currently on the market.
However, the vehicle will offer the same level of safety as its larger siblings, which is why Musk said that the Model 4 SUV will likely be the first Tesla to be priced at $62,000 (around €63,000) when it is released in 2020.
The Model S will also offer a lower range, starting at the base price of $28,200, which would give it a range around 100 miles (160 kilometers) when fully charged.
It’s important to note that this is not a new car, and the Model X is already available for sale in Europe.
The company currently sells cars in the US, Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom and Europe.
Tesla’s Model S was the first vehicle to be sold in Europe and will now be the next car to be available in the continent.
The electric car has also already been sold in the United States and will come to the European market in 2019.
However the company does not expect that the car to compete with the Tesla SUV anytime soon.
“There’s not going to be a competition with the SUV anytime in the near future,” Musk told the paper.
Tesla’s Model X will be available for the first time in Europe in 2020, as well as in the UK, where the company plans to launch a similar model.
The first cars from the new model will be built at Tesla’s Fremont factory, which has been operating since 2007.