The electric car maker announced its Model 3, a vehicle that will sell for between $35,000 and $65,000.
The price tag is $37,000, which sounds like a lot of money for a car that has a range of about 300 miles on a single charge.
It’s also significantly less expensive than some of Tesla’s other vehicles, like the Model S, which starts at about $100,000 (about $32,000 for a 200-mile lease).
But Tesla has been pushing the car’s price to get buyers excited about its electric drivetrain and the possibility of charging its battery pack for miles.
Now, the company is starting to sell the car at its normal price, with some exceptions.
In California, buyers can still take advantage of the lower rate if they can prove that they can afford the car.
The state’s top-selling Model 3 is selling for about $30,000 to $35.
This is a significant discount from the $52,000 Tesla said it would sell the Model 3 for in its original release.
The company’s pricing and launch schedule for the Model X and Model 3 aren’t yet available, but it will probably be a year or two before those cars become available to buy.
For its part, Tesla says it expects Model 3 sales to grow from about 1,000 per month in September to 5,000 or more per month by late October.
If the company can deliver on those goals, it will have earned more than $2 billion in revenue.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has promised the company will be worth $10 trillion when the car becomes available.