By Andrew RaffertyThe Wall Street Jane | Sep 18, 2018 11:00am EDTThe first electric cars will look nothing like the ones from the 70s and 80s, but a new generation of vehicles will offer a “60s” feel to the lines of the classic car.

The new Tesla, due for release in 2021, will be based on the Model S. That name was the first car brand Tesla used to sell cars, but it will now be used by a new car brand.

The Tesla Model S is the company’s best-selling car model.

It has sold more than 11 million cars since its debut in 2003.

The company has built a strong brand with the Model X SUV, the Model 3 and the Model Y crossover, but Tesla is making a change with the upcoming Model 3.

This car will have an electric motor, an all-electric drivetrain, a lithium-ion battery pack, a “skeleton” battery, and an electric powertrain.

It will also have the best battery technology in a car, with a record-breaking capacity of 1,400 kilowatt hours (kWh) and a record of 0.8 horsepower.

“This is a 60s car,” Elon Musk, Tesla CEO, said during the company event in San Francisco.

“It’s a lot of things that we’re working on.

We’re very happy about the new cars and excited about the future.”

The Model S sedan is expected to cost $35,000.

It comes with a 90-kWh battery pack and can reach a range of 300 miles on a single charge.

That is about what the Model E electric car can do.

The Model 3 sedan will come with a 200-kW battery pack that can reach an impressive range of 700 miles on one charge.

It can also be driven on a charge for up to 60 minutes.

The most important change will be in the interior.

The Model 3 will have the luxury of leather, while the Model SE will be a little more traditional.

The S sedan will have a glass-to-glass windshield, while both cars will have front and rear headlamps.

The cars will also come with new materials.

The body will be made of aluminum, while seats will be polycarbonate.

The interior will be carbon fiber.

The only difference will be the design of the new car.

The company will be building a new front bumper and tailgate with a high-tech “slip mat” for better grip.

The doors will be “tilt-tooth,” and the dashboard will feature a digital clock.

The rear end will have “an array of digital display displays, a high resolution screen, and touch sensors for better ergonomics.”

“The Model 2 sedan was really an early ’70-era car,” Musk said.

“We’re making a huge effort to get it up to date.”

Musk said Tesla plans to build its Model 3 factory in Fremont, California.

The factory will employ about 4,000 people, and the first cars will be delivered to Tesla customers in 2020.

The Fremont factory will be open to the public, and Tesla will be able to charge its batteries in public spaces.

Musk expects that Tesla will sell the first Model 3s by the end of 2021.

“You have to think about the long term,” he said.

“The biggest question is when will they sell it,” said David Pogue, a professor of economics at the University of California, Berkeley.

“Will they sell them in California?

Will they sell the car to the US?

Will the government buy them?”

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