Tesla has been working on a new version of its automatic electric car that is intended to provide a cheaper way to recharge batteries, according to a report from Australian news site The Age.
The automaker has been exploring ways to reduce costs, which has led to a focus on automated charging.
The new system will offer manual electric charging, a concept Tesla first unveiled back in 2016, and it will include a few key components that Tesla’s auto parts division has been refining over the past several years.
A charging station could have four main components: an inverter, an inverting unit, an induction motor, and a charging controller.
The inverter is designed to charge the batteries when the car is on, while the inverting motor will charge the battery when the battery is charging.
A second inverting system will charge batteries when needed, while an induction and an induction controller will charge when the batteries are not.
The charging controller is a special part of the system that turns the electric motor on and off, while a charging module that powers the battery.
All of the components are made from a lithium ion battery cell.
The battery will charge at a rate of 4,500 miles per hour (6,500 kph) while the charging controller will draw 5,000 miles per day (10,000 kph).
The inverting and induction controllers work in tandem to charge and discharge the batteries.
Each of the four charging modules is individually charged and discharged by a separate unit, while each of the inverter and induction motors operates independently.
The Tesla charging system can charge and charge the car at different rates without having to depend on a single inverting or induction motor.
It is also capable of charging a battery at an efficiency of 85 percent, which is the same as a gasoline-electric hybrid.
The first version of the new system is expected to be in production in the third quarter of 2021, and the automaker hopes to launch the system at a cost of around $2-3,000.