A car that doesn’t run on batteries.
A car with no gas pedal.
An electric SUV that’s also a supercar.
The Tesla Model S electric SUV is already an icon in the luxury segment.
But there’s a new contender in the race: the Tesla Model X. The company that invented the SUV has announced that it has signed a deal to build a version of the vehicle that is completely electric.
The news comes as Tesla is still struggling with the aftermath of a massive electric-car recall, which forced the company to temporarily shut down production of some models of the Model S. The Model X, which starts at $99,000, is already one of the most expensive luxury sedans on the market, with the Model X Performance Electric coming in at $122,000.
Tesla’s latest announcement suggests that the new model will be significantly more expensive than the Model 2.
The Model X was designed to be a car for the masses, and it looks like that’s the way it’s going to be for now.
The car is based on the latest generation of the same platform that was used in the Tesla Roadster, a luxury SUV that debuted in 2009 and earned the company more than $1 billion in sales.
The Roadster was a huge success, selling more than 50,000 cars over the course of its five-year run, and was one of Tesla’s most profitable products in the history of the company.
It was also a key launchpad for Tesla’s electric cars.
The new SUV will be the first production model to be built in a new plant, according to a Tesla spokesperson.
Tesla is hoping to complete the plant by the end of 2018, but it’s not yet clear when that will happen.
The company will also be building an additional 4,000 to 5,000 electric-vehicle units per year through 2020, with a goal to build 100,000 per year by the time the end date of the contract is reached, according the company’s press release.
The vehicles will feature a range of speeds of up to 90 miles per hour and can drive on electric motors or gasoline engines.
The announcement comes a day after Tesla said it had secured an additional $1.3 billion in financing to finance the project.
The total deal will help Tesla generate $100 billion in total sales over the next decade, according Tesla.