The electric car will be powered by batteries, which will be made of high-density polymer, with a top speed of 200 kilometers per hour and a range of 100 kilometers.
But the cars also will have electric motors and electric braking, and they will use electricity to charge batteries.
“It’s the same thing as building a house with solar panels,” said Steve Gossett, president of the electric vehicle company Tesla Motors Inc. “You want to make sure you get enough energy to run the entire house, but not too much energy to be using to power the house.”
The car’s electric motor and braking system will be built using a combination of existing technology and new materials that will be easier to use.
The car will also use “finite-state” electronics that make the car rechargeable.
“In a very real sense, we are creating a completely new way of building cars,” Gossetts said.
The first prototypes of the car are expected to be delivered to the company’s Fremont, California, factory by late 2018.
The new vehicle is a significant milestone in Tesla’s quest to build a mass market electric vehicle.
Tesla is hoping to sell 1,000 vehicles per year by 2025, and it plans to ramp up production to 10,000 per year within five years.
Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, has been a vocal proponent of electric vehicles, saying in an interview last month that “Tesla Motors is on the path to a mass-market electric vehicle.”
Tesla has said it expects to produce up to 1 million electric vehicles a year by 2020.
The company says it has about 50 engineers and other engineers working on electric vehicle design.
The project has also raised questions about the environmental impact of building an electric vehicle on the environment.
“This is the first time we have a car that is 100% carbon neutral,” Gollop said.
“The car will have no carbon footprint and it will be incredibly energy efficient.
It will be so efficient that it will take in about 1.8% of all the energy that is generated in the world.”
Tesla’s plan to build an electric car is a challenge for automakers and other companies that have been reluctant to commit to the idea of building a mass car.
A company spokesman said Tesla is still reviewing its electric car plan, but it is looking at other potential solutions.
“We’re looking at a wide range of different options, including energy storage and electric vehicle charging,” the spokesman said.