Elon Musk on Thursday said he has a “perfect Tesla” in hand, but only in the next 100 days.
Tesla Motors Inc. CEO Elon Musk announced on Twitter on Thursday that the company would have a new “supercharged” Model 3 in the hands of customers in less the next few days.
“We have a 100-day plan for Model 3,” Musk tweeted.
“100 days to get to 100,000.”
The company has said that the new car will have a top speed of 100 miles per hour (124 km/h) and a top range of 300 miles (441 km/hr).
“Supercharger stations will be able to deliver all of the Model 3’s new features in a matter of hours,” Musk said in the statement.
“We are confident we can deliver a Model 3 that is better than the previous one and will be ready to hit the road in the coming weeks.”
Tesla also said it plans to launch a “supercharging network” that will bring the Model S sedan to the next level of electric vehicle delivery, although it has not yet announced which network it will use.
It also said the company will be launching its first “unlimited” charging network in early 2018.
Tesla said it will offer the Model X SUV and the Model Y crossover SUV in late 2019, and the all-electric SUV and sedan in late 2020.
Earlier this month, Musk said that Tesla will have 200 million customers by the end of the decade, but he did not specify a specific figure.
Musk has previously said that he expects to hit that goal before 2020, and he expects the company to sell a “millionth” of its vehicles by that time.
The company also has an agreement to buy the rights to the Tesla logo for $25 billion, which could be used for marketing and advertising purposes.
In May, Musk announced that Tesla would be selling the Model A SUV, the Model B SUV, and other vehicles for $1,500 apiece.
The company said it would also sell the Model E sedan and Model X crossover SUV for $3,000 apiece.
As of Wednesday, Tesla had about 2.4 million orders for Model S and Model 3, the company said.