AUSTIN, Texas — Tesla Motors has a major new addition to its fleet.
Tesla’s first electric car is expected to go on sale in 2019 and will be powered by a lithium-ion battery pack, a source close to the company told Bloomberg News.
The company has a small amount of cash to spend on new technology, but Tesla will have the money to launch a major vehicle.
The lithium-iron battery pack has been tested by Tesla on its vehicles, including the Model S sedan and Model X SUV.
The electric vehicle battery is one of the key reasons Tesla has been able to stay ahead of competition in the electric car market.
The carmaker is using a battery pack that has been proven on other electric vehicles.
In its current form, the battery pack does not have any safety features.
The new battery pack is a bit bigger than the one used on the Model X and Model 3 SUV, which are still under development, according to a source familiar with the matter.
The vehicle’s battery pack also has a high efficiency and can last a long time.
The battery pack could be able to produce a range of 150 miles on a single charge, and that could be enough for the car to be used for driving for a long period of time, the source said.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said that the car is powered by “zero emissions.”
He also has said the car will be the “most environmentally friendly” car on the road.
Tesla has an order of magnitude more than 20,000 cars that it plans to produce.
It has yet to announce when the vehicle will go on the market.