We already knew that Tesla would unveil its first all-electric car at a special event at the end of 2018, but now we know that the automaker is bringing back its first production model, the third-generation Model 3.
The vehicle will be unveiled at the Model Show in June, and it will be the first electric car to be sold in the US.
The Model 3 is expected to be the company’s flagship model and it could become the fastest selling electric vehicle ever.
However, Tesla also said that the car would only be available in select markets, with no word on the availability in China or Japan.
Tesla says that the company will not be making any significant changes to the Model S, which has been out of production for years, but it is looking at a range of other electric cars to replace it.
The company is expected, in 2018, to unveil the new Model 3 as well as the Model X, which is expected for a 2017 launch.
It is unclear when the Model 2 will go on sale in the United States, but we can expect to hear about the new electric SUV in 2018 and 2019.
Tesla also said earlier this year that it would be building its own Gigafactory in Nevada, but at this point, the company is not sure how it will do that.
The company also announced in January that it is buying SolarCity for $2.6 billion.