Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the company is “a lot closer” to being able to start selling electric cars

Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk recently revealed that the company was closer to producing the first mass-market electric car than the first ones ever produced by Ford and General Motors, according to a report from Bloomberg.

The news comes just a few weeks after Tesla said it was close to beginning mass production of its Model S sedan.

Musk said the company’s first mass production car would be “a much smaller vehicle, a car that is a little bit smaller than a Volkswagen Beetle.”

He also said Tesla would not be selling electric versions of its vehicles until after the end of 2020.

“In terms of the next six months, I think we’re on the same page,” Musk said during a conference call with analysts earlier this month.

Musk, who recently took over the helm of Tesla, also said that Tesla is planning to release a “much more significant update” to its Model 3 sedan later this year.”

But we have to see what happens next year, and then I’ll have a better sense of how close we’re to that.”

Musk, who recently took over the helm of Tesla, also said that Tesla is planning to release a “much more significant update” to its Model 3 sedan later this year.