The most power-packed car ever built is a Tesla Model 3 that will make its debut in the United States on Monday, according to reports.
The electric car has an expected range of over 100 miles, according the New York Times.
The car is a significant leap forward from the Model S, which was able to reach 200 miles on a single charge, according Autodata.
The Tesla Model S was only the third car to reach 100 miles on its first charge.
The Model 3 will make it to the US market later this year, according TechCrunch.
The first car to be sold in the US was the Model E in 2013.
The model E has a range of about 130 miles on single charge.
However, the Model 3 is more powerful than the E and the price tag is lower than the Model Y. The new Tesla Model Model 3 has an electric motor that is capable of producing 1,500 horsepower, which means that it can reach more than 1,200 miles per charge.
This is a huge leap in performance for a car that can travel 200 miles per hour on a charge.
The Model 3, which will be sold by Tesla at a price tag of $35,000, will be available in four colors, according an Autodatar report.
The colors will be white, blue, red, and white, which is the model name for the white, white, and black color combinations.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has previously said that the Model X will be the company’s first mass-market electric vehicle.
The company has not yet released any information on pricing for the Model Z, which could be a luxury model with a price that is much higher than the Tesla Model X. Tesla’s future mass-production cars could be released as early as 2019.