The Tesla Model 3, a luxury electric sedan priced at $35,000, is expected to hit the road in 2019.
But it hasn’t hit dealers.
And as the wait for the cars continues, some are already looking to sell them at a discount.
For starters, the Model 3 will only be available in China for a limited time.
The company has yet to announce when it will roll out the sedan to other markets, including the U.S., Europe and Asia.
And it will be at least a year before Tesla delivers the Model 5 to its dealers in the U, where it’s expected to be a top-selling model.
The Tesla Model 5 is expected for delivery in 2020.
It’s expected for sale in the US in 2021, but it hasn.
Tesla is also planning to make the Model S sedan, which it’s building to compete with Tesla’s own Model 3.
That model will be available sometime in 2021 or 2022, but there are some caveats.
For one, it won’t be a sedan, but a crossover SUV.
That means it will not be powered by an electric motor and will have a range of 150 miles on a single charge.
As for how to get the Model 2 and Model 3 to buyers, there are several methods.
One is to wait until the Model 4 arrives in 2019 and sell the Model X SUV to help meet demand.
The Model 3 is expected in 2021.
But if you wait too long, you may be stuck with a Model X.
The other option is to sell the models at a price lower than the current $35k-$50k retail price.
That’s what happened with the Model 1, which Tesla has been trying to sell at below $30k.
The goal is to get a higher price than the Model A and Model S so that buyers can take advantage of the lower price.
The model is currently priced at around $30,000.
But the problem is that the Model Z has already sold over 5 million units, and the company hasn’t announced a successor to the Model T. It has also said it is planning to unveil its Model 3 on a date that is uncertain.
It is unclear how long the Model Y and Model Z will be sold.