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Posted On July 25, 2021
It’s no secret that the Tesla Model S has been a bit of a hot potato for the automaker.
The automaker announced in December that it would retire the Model S from the U.S. market, and Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that he would have a production run of the Model X only available to dealers.
In March, Tesla was forced to cancel a planned Model X production event, which caused the company to temporarily suspend sales.
Musk also recently stated that Tesla plans to begin offering the Model 3 by 2018.
What’s going on?
In an interview with Bloomberg, Tesla CEO and President of Operations, JB Straubel, confirmed that the company will be bringing the Model Y to the U, but he did not give a date for the Model E or Model X to come to the United States.
Strauber also noted that Tesla will likely start selling the Model Z in the coming months.
The Model S is an electric car that has an EPA rated range of 155 miles (250 kilometers), and a top speed of 60 mph (97 km/h).
It is the cheapest car in the world at $50,000, but it has had some issues with battery issues and the automakers decision to retire the car after it ran out of gas.
In the past few months, Tesla has made a series of announcements that have sparked a lot of debate, including the cancellation of a Model S event in the U and the cancellation to begin production of the first Model X in 2019.
“We’re not going to have a Model X at the event,” Straubar said in the Bloomberg interview.
“We’re going to make the Model III, which is the best EV we’ve ever built.”
Tesla also announced that it will begin offering a limited number of Model X sedans to dealerships in 2019, and it plans to build a factory in Mexico in the future to assemble the Model C sedan.
While Straubay says the Model Model is on the way out, Tesla also revealed in the same interview that the automanys goal is to have at least 25,000 Model S sedans on the road by 2020.
If Tesla continues to sell cars at the current rate, the company could be at risk of going bankrupt in the near future, if it is not able to ramp up production of a more affordable electric car.
According to Bloomberg, the Model B will cost $70,000 ($72,000 for the base version) and the Model L will cost between $45,000 and $50.000 ($55,000-$57,000).
Tesla also has plans to produce a version of the X with an electric motor for $30,000 to $35,000.