By now, most people have heard of the Model 3, which will be released on June 20th.
Tesla’s chief designer and director of manufacturing, Peter Breit, showed a render of the vehicle that was posted on Instagram and Twitter by Elon Musk on Thursday.
The render, as you can see, has a lot of detail, including the roof.
The Tesla logo appears in the bottom right corner of the render, and there’s a little white button that appears to open the hood.
Inside the car is a 3D printer, an electric car charging station, a roof, and a few interior items.
The car is powered by a Tesla Model S battery pack and comes with a range of 200 miles on a single charge.
The vehicle is a Tesla’s flagship electric vehicle, and its debut has been delayed because of the ongoing legal battle with Tesla over whether or not the Model S can be used to drive in California.
Model 3 production will ramp up in 2017, but production won’t begin until 2020.
It is also unclear when production will start on the Model X. Tesla has also been working on a new car, the Model Y, that will replace the Model3 and will cost more than $100,000 more than the Model 2.
The Model Y will be produced from 2017 to 2022, according to Tesla’s website.
If all goes according to plan, Tesla will have its first mass-market vehicle, the Tesla Model X, in 2022.
Tesla also has a number of smaller electric vehicles that will be available in 2018, including an electric SUV called the Bolt, which costs about $40,000, and an electric pickup called the Solar.