Tesla Motors, the electric car company owned by billionaire Elon Musk, has recently launched a secondhand-price website, and for the first time the prices of its cars can be found on the website.
The site is called the secondhandcar.com, and it is powered by an HTML5 version of the same website.
The HTML5 site has a lot of features, but the main one is the option to buy secondhand cars directly from the seller.
The website will be updated with the latest information about Tesla cars.
According to the Tesla Motors website, the second-generation Model S sedan, and the first-generation Autopilot self-driving cars, will have a second hand price of €1,000 ($1,050).
That’s €100 less than the price that Tesla Motors has already set on its own website, where prices can be purchased with bitcoins.
Tesla Motors’ secondhandcars website, on the other hand, lists prices for the Tesla Model S P85D sedan, which was released in October, as €3,600 ($3,990), and the Model X SUV, which is set to arrive in the second half of 2017.
The P85 and X have been released at the same time.
Tesla’s second-most expensive car is the Model S 85D, which comes with a price tag of €7,500 ($8,150).
The Model S 90D, another Tesla vehicle, has a price of $6,500.
Tesla sells a range of cars from the Model 3 to the Model Y, which retails for $40,000.
The Model X has a $49,000 price tag.
The cheapest third-hand-car, the Tesla S95, sells for €2,800 ($2,990).
Tesla is not the only automaker to offer its second-half-of-year sales numbers on its website.
Other carmakers such as Nissan and Audi have also been offering those sales figures.
For the second year in a row, Tesla’s secondmost expensive vehicle is the Nissan Leaf.
It retails at $42,000, or $54,000 after a one-time $3,000 discount.
The Leaf is also the most expensive Tesla car currently on sale, with a $46,000 sticker price.
According a report by Reuters, Tesla has now added a second-quarter report on its car-makers website.