With the Model 3 coming out next year, Tesla is looking to cut costs.
In a recent investor call, CEO Elon Musk announced the company would offer a secondhand Model S for $100,000 if you already own one.
And if you have a Model 3 and want to sell it for a higher price, Tesla will give you a guaranteed secondhand car.
This offer isn’t a big deal for people who already own a Model S, as it’s a way to get a second car for a discount.
But if you’re looking to get another Tesla for $300,000, Musk says this offer is the best deal.
Musk said he and his team were “trying to find a way” to reduce the costs of owning a car, which could mean a lower-priced Model S. The Model 3 is expected to hit the market in 2019.
Tesla’s secondhand offer is a way for people to save money, and it’s something the company says it has to do because of the rapid increase in demand for its electric vehicles.
The company announced last year that it would offer free first-time owners of its Model S sedan the option to buy it for $150,000.
That’s $150 per month, or $1,250 per year.
It’s an interesting offer for people wanting to save a bit of money, but it’s also a way of saying Tesla is doing what it can to help save the company money.
The Tesla team also recently announced a second-hand discount on its first-year Model S lease, which is $30 per month for the first year.
This deal, however, is only available for the top three owners of a Model X, so the lower-income customers may not be able to get it.
Musk’s team says this is a good example of how the company is trying to make the experience for the customers it sells.
The deal will be available for two months after the first month, and the price is set to $150 a month.
Musk has said the offer will be a “substantial savings” for people with existing Model S and Model X leases.
Tesla has also offered discounts on its secondhand inventory for people paying for it on its website.
Musk says the discount will be effective from January 1, 2020.
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