What You Need to Know About Tesla’s Model 3 and the Teslas First Production Vehicles

The Tesla Model 3 is coming in June, but it’s also set to be a big part of Tesla’s lineup for a long time to come.

Today, the automaker announced the first production model of the Model 3 sedan, the Model Y, and the first Tesla Model X SUV, the Tesla Semi.

The Model 3 will be available in the U.S. from March, but there’s also an additional two-year, 100,000-mile option.

The Model Y is a crossover SUV that will include a 2.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine, and is expected to arrive in the second half of 2018.

It will also be available with a choice of three electric-only battery packs, one of which is an 8kWh unit.

The other two are expected to be 8kW batteries.

The two other options are a six-speed manual or a sixspeed automatic.

The model is expected on sale sometime in 2021.

The Y and the Model X are both expected to compete against other EVs from Nissan, Volkswagen, and BMW.

Both the Model S and Model X were released in March, and while the two are not available yet, they’re both expected by the end of the year.

The S is available in late 2021 and the X is on track to be announced later this year.

Tesla’s Model X crossover SUV will also feature a choice between three electric battery packs for an 8KWh option.

The X will be offered with a 6kW pack or a 6.6kW one.

The Y is the company’s first crossover SUV, and it’s expected to debut sometime in 2019.

The SUV will offer a base price of $37,995, and will also come with a 100-mile, unlimited-mile warranty.

It’ll come with two different battery options, a 6KW option and a 9kW option.

Both of those options are expected for 2019, though it’ll likely be one of them for the first time in 2019, which would make it the only SUV in the Model 2 lineup to have the 9kWh option available.

Tesla will be offering the Model Z crossover SUV and the Tesla Roadster, which will be a crossover, to the U, in 2019 and 2020.

Both the Roadster and the Z will be powered by an all-electric Tesla Semi battery pack.

Both models are expected by 2019.

The first Tesla Roadsters will be on sale in 2021, and Tesla says it expects the SUV to debut around that time.

It’s unclear if Tesla plans to release a production version of the Roadsters, or if it’s just waiting for the Model 4 to arrive.

The Roadster will offer the same 5-passenger capacity as the Model 6, and be able to accommodate up to 12 people.

The Tesla Roadstar SUV will be the first vehicle in the Tesla lineup to be built in China, and should be available later this decade.

The production model will be built by Chinese automaker JDS, which is owned by Chinese conglomerate Baidu.

Tesla says it will be launching a “first-of-its-kind SUV” for the U., with a range of 400 miles on a single charge, with an expected starting price of about $35,000.

The first vehicles to arrive at the U are expected in the first half of 2022.

The company has a lot of Model 3 production cars in the pipeline, including the Model 5 and Model 7.

The company will also introduce its first production Model X in 2019 at the Geneva Auto Show.

The vehicle is expected by 2018.

Tesla is planning to release the Model III SUV for the next couple of years, with a 2019 model, followed by the Model XI, Model X, Model S, and Model 3 in 2020 and 2021.

Tesla will have more than 200 vehicles to offer on the road by the time the Model IV comes to market.