The electric car maker’s upcoming Bolt sedan is poised to become the first car in the world to sell its first fully electric vehicle, but not just because it’s an electric vehicle.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has promised a vehicle for electric vehicles that is the most fuel-efficient ever produced.
Musk’s goal is to have the Bolt as an electric car that’s “as fuel-efficiency as the gas engine on a conventional car.”
But Tesla’s electric cars have always been somewhat of a luxury.
They’re expensive and they’re often very fuel-economy.
That’s where the Bolt comes in.
Tesla’s electric vehicles are the least fuel-consuming cars in the United States.
That means you can get a much more luxurious vehicle than an ordinary sedan, and that means it’s easier to buy.
But it’s not the only reason the Bolt is the first Tesla electric vehicle in the US.
It’s also the first in a new segment that Tesla has opened up to plug-in electric vehicles: the EV lane.
That segment was initially a small niche in the auto industry, but it’s growing rapidly in the U.S. When you think about the electric vehicle market in the past few years, you’ll see it mainly in places like Nevada, California, and Florida.
In those states, Tesla has been able to offer an EV lane in many of its models.
But for the Bolt, that lane has opened a lot more.
The new Tesla Model S, pictured here at the 2016 New York Auto Show, has a new plug-inset gasoline engine in the trunk.
It’s called a “hybrid” car, and it can be used as either an EV or a regular car.
For the Bolt to become a “Hybrid” Model S requires an engine change to fit with the new plug in.
The carmaker plans to start making the cars in 2019, and Tesla plans to sell them through the end of 2019.
The Bolt will be the first new electric vehicle Tesla has sold since the Model S P100D was released in January 2019.
The P100 was the first EV to sell in the first half of 2019 and it was the only car to sell well in the second half.
To understand how the new Bolt will fit into the Tesla EV lane, it’s worth looking at the history of the plug-In lane.
The Plug-In is an option for many cars now, but Tesla’s first vehicle with a plug-IN was the Model X in November 2019.
Tesla says the plug in version of the Model C is the closest thing to the plug and play experience of the Bolt.
Since then, Tesla’s cars have been able more than make up for lost time with the availability of its plug-Ins.
As the company continues to add plug-Up models and products, the company is looking to take its product into more mainstream markets.
The Bolt, which will be a $50,000 plug-up vehicle, will be one of those products.
Here’s how the Bolt will differ from the Model 100D and the P100.
There’s a new engine inside the Bolt that will give the Bolt more range than the P90D.
Instead of a gas engine, the Bolt’s new battery will have an electric motor in the back of it.
That engine will also have a new charge controller and the battery will use a new charger to make the charge and charge it again.
This is what the Bolt looks like without its battery.
In addition to the new engine, there’s a redesigned steering wheel that is more comfortable.
Another big change is the new steering wheel, which is bigger and has more grip than the previous one.
Inside, the wheel is also bigger, and the center of gravity has been moved forward.
At the center, the battery is now located, which means the battery won’t be at the top of the wheel.
Instead, the new wheel will be located on the back, behind the driver.
All of this is pretty obvious.
It gives the Bolt a bigger wheelbase.
And while there are no big differences in the Bolt between the Model 1 and the Model 3, it does make the Bolt seem a bit taller than the Model 2.
Battery size aside, the bigger wheel is a welcome change for a vehicle that’s already the smallest in the lineup.
It should make for a more comfortable driving experience.