What’s Next for Tesla and Tesla Motors?

Tesla is expected to unveil a new electric vehicle on Friday, and it has been rumored that it will use its new Model 3 to make its electric vehicle debut.

But a new report suggests that the automaker may be using the Model 3’s battery pack as a source of power for its new electric cars.

According to Bloomberg, Tesla will debut its new model in 2020 and the new Model S in 2021.

The Model 3 will come in two versions, the premium and the all-electric model.

In 2020, Tesla plans to launch the new model with a new battery pack, which will be made by an unnamed company.

The company has been teasing the new battery for a while, but now it seems like it will be making an announcement about the new car in 2020.

Bloomberg says the new product will come with a 75 kWh battery pack.

The 75 kWh cell is expected for the 2018 Model 3, which is due to debut in 2021 and cost $69,000.

That price will be the same as the Model S battery pack that was announced earlier this year, which costs $69.99.

According the report, Tesla has been working on its new batteries for a long time, but it’s been a secret since at least 2018.

The report claims that the new new Model 2 battery will have a capacity of 200 kWh.

That means that the Model 2 will be able to deliver around 70 miles per charge.

Tesla also has a new 200 kWh battery in the works.

According Tesla, the new batteries will be available in 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022.

Tesla has also hinted that the company may be planning to use the Model X as a production vehicle, which means that Tesla could also produce its new battery packs as part of a mass-produced car.

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk also hinted at the possibility of the company using the new electric vehicles as a marketing tool, saying that the electric vehicle is “going to have a huge impact on the market, and I think that we’re going to see massive impact in the next 10 years.”

Musk also suggested that the upcoming Model 3 could be sold in limited quantities in the US.

Tesla will likely announce its new production electric vehicles at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on January 13.