For all the attention and hype surrounding the Tesla Model 3 electric sedan, a new generation of off-roader is coming.
The world’s first off-roads hybrid car is now on the road.
This week, the electric vehicle maker revealed its latest off-trail version of the all-electric SUV.
This car, called the Tesla Off-Road Hybrid, is designed to make the most of the vehicle’s all-new supercharger network.
This means the car will travel as close to 200 miles per charge as possible, while still utilizing the most efficient way to get the vehicle to and from a destination.
“It’s a completely new way to go off-grid,” said Marko Djordjevic, chief engineer of Tesla’s autonomous technology unit.
“It’s really important to understand how to maximize the efficiency of the network, and we have a really powerful new superchargers for it.”
The Tesla Off Road Hybrid is the company’s first foray into the off-terraplane market.
It was designed specifically to support off-highway mobility, as well as the off the highway, or off-ramp, travel.
The new vehicle is powered by a 1,200-horsepower electric motor, and features a new design that offers the vehicle more room for storage and room for more advanced features.
The vehicle also comes equipped with an optional electric-assisted steering system that will allow the driver to control the vehicle without using the front or rear wheels.
This system is intended to allow the car to reach speeds of up to 200 mph in city driving, and up to 90 mph in the off road.
The Off-Trail Model 3 will launch in the first half of 2019, and will go on sale in the second half of 2020.
The Tesla off-Road hybrid vehicle, which will debut in the fourth quarter of 2019.
Source: Vice News