The first day of the New York Auto Show was packed with celebrities, celebrities and industry experts.
Many of them had their own Tesla Model S sedans.
But for the masses, it was Tesla’s big event, which had been the most talked about in the automotive industry since the company announced the Model 3 in December.
And, as you can see, it had some surprises.
Here are five things you should know about the Tesla Model 3, the electric sedan that just launched in the US.1.
The Model 3 will go on sale in March, with a price tag of $35,000.
Tesla’s stock is up nearly 60% since the unveiling of the Model S. But the company’s stock has been trading at around $60 a share for several months now, and its stock price has risen by nearly 300% over the past year.
But this is just the beginning of the Tesla stock price surge.
It will continue rising until it is at or above $100 a share, which is the average of all stock price increases over the last four months.
The Model 3 has an estimated range of about 160 miles on a single charge.
The average Model S car has an average range of 200 miles on that charge.
For comparison, the average passenger car has a range of around 125 miles on average.
The Tesla Model 4 is slated to go on trial in 2020.
The car is expected to go up to 400 miles on one charge, which would put it on par with the average SUV in the world.
The only thing that will be different is the electric drivetrain, which will be a new lithium ion battery.
The battery is expected by 2020 to cost less than $3,000 per kilowatt-hour.
Tesla has also set the price for its Model X SUV to start at $35 million, but this vehicle has been plagued by reliability issues, and the company has been unable to ramp production as quickly as the Model X. It is not clear if the Model Y will be offered at the same price as the X SUV.
Tesla has said it expects the Model Z to be available in 2019.2.
The first car made by the Tesla team is the Model D, which looks like a cross between the BMW X5 and the Chevy Volt.
It features the company\’s newest design language, which Tesla calls “hyperloop-inspired”, which Tesla CEO Elon Musk said would make it easier to drive in cities with high traffic.
The first production Model D will be available for sale in 2019, with pricing starting at $37,995.
The next Model D is scheduled to be ready for production in 2020, and a third vehicle, the Model 5, is expected in 2021.3.
The Tesla Model X will go into production in 2019 and will be priced at $69,000, a price that would make the car cheaper than many SUVs currently on the market.
The price tag will go down as the company continues to add features to the Model 4.
The cheapest Model X available today is the $67,500 XS, which starts at $67 for the base model and $67.50 for the Premium model.4.
Tesla expects the Tesla to be the first electric vehicle to go into mass production on a mass scale.
The company has also announced plans to roll out a fleet of Model 3 vehicles, which it plans to begin rolling out in 2019 or 2020.
The company has not released the total number of Model Xs it plans for production, but it has announced that it expects to start rolling out at least 500 vehicles in 2019 alone.5.
Tesla\’s cars are designed to be “autonomous” and that means that the car has to be on the road at all times to take full advantage of the system.
This means that while the car is driving, the driver must be monitoring and controlling the vehicle.
The vehicle must be in park at all of its destinations.
Tesla says it will eventually allow for remote controls for autonomous driving.6.
The cost of the car will vary based on the type of battery used, the model and the type and price of the battery.
A 20 kWh battery costs around $30,000 for a 2.0-liter model, and an 80 kWh battery will cost $55,000 and $65,000 respectively.
The battery will need to be rated for a range up to 120 miles per charge, and that range will vary depending on the size of the vehicle, battery type and battery type with larger batteries.
It also depends on the number of miles the vehicle has to drive before charging.
The car will require a range indicator that can be switched off if the battery has fallen below 30% of its capacity.
Tesla is also working on a wireless charging system, but its current technology is not yet ready for mass production.7.
A Tesla Model D Model X car will go for around $70,000 with an initial lease of $36,000 in 2020 and a