Posted by Tesla Motors on Saturday, January 18, 2020 14:03:26The latest model in the Tesla Model S line is now in production.

The electric sedan will be unveiled next week at the California Auto Show, the company announced on Saturday.

We’re currently working on a schedule that will give us ample time to deliver the Model 3 to customers and begin to assemble the vehicles.

It will take us a few weeks, but the Model S is designed to last at least a decade.

This will be the first time that the Model X SUV will be made in the U.S.

Since Tesla has been making cars for more than 40 years, the Model Y SUV is now a limited production vehicle.

Since the Model Z SUV debuted last year, it has seen some serious delays.

Tesla has been pushing hard to get the Model 2 to production, and the company has been testing the new Model 3.

Now, the car is on track to arrive by 2020.

While the Model C, the larger SUV that’s also in production, is still a few months away, there’s good reason to believe the Model K will be a production-ready car sooner rather than later.

Its smaller sibling is also coming soon.

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