Tesla is already in full production mode, with orders for new and used vehicles reaching a record high.
But a new report from the New York Times suggests that the company isn’t only preparing for a major new product launch this summer.
Instead, Tesla is preparing to take its disruptive car tech to the next level with the launch of a car accessory that promises to be disruptive in a way that hasn’t been seen in a while.
The article points out that Tesla’s new accessory, the TESLA CAR STAGE, will use a combination of lithium ion batteries and sensors to create a car that will mimic the human body’s movements.
According to the Times, Tesla said that it has already secured financing for the product and that the initial orders for the car are “exceeding” expectations.
The company also said that orders for its first batch of products are in the millions.
However, the article notes that the car’s capabilities are still being finalized.
The article says that the TCSB has received more than 20,000 orders for a prototype and that Tesla has made it a priority to have as many as 30 million cars on the road by the end of 2020.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a blog post that he expects to see the Tesisa CAR STAGE in service by the middle of next year, according to The Verge.
At that time, Tesla will introduce a new model, the Tesla Model 3, which will offer an improved range and more powerful batteries.
The car will be able to travel up to 300 miles on a single charge, and the company says that its new battery technology will be used in future Tesla cars.