Automakers have a habit of introducing new cars with flashy new styling and new features at the show, but the automaker’s CEO will be announcing a new model on Tuesday at CES, and it will be the company’s first new electric car since the Model 3 launch in 2017.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the car at a live event on Thursday, and in a post on the company blog, Musk wrote that the new vehicle will be called the Tesla Model 3 and that it will include a new version of the company-designed Autopilot system.
The system is used by Tesla’s Autopano system, which is now used by Autopark.
Musk said that Tesla has already tested the new car with a test driver and that the car will go on sale in 2019.
Musk has previously said that the company plans to produce a fully electric Model 3 with all the features of the Model S sedan.
The Model 3 will be priced at $35,000 and will be sold through the Model III store in California.
It will also be offered at Tesla’s online store, where it will come with a $2,500 financing discount.
Tesla is already building a $1,000,000 Supercharger network that will connect Tesla customers in the Pacific Northwest and California with Superchargers near Reno, Nevada, and San Diego, California.
Tesla plans to add a second Supercharging station near Reno by the end of this year.
The company will be unveiling more details about the new Model 3 at the CES trade show in January.