A new Tesla carmaker has offered a guaranteed secondhand price to customers who buy their first car from a Tesla dealer.
The offer, which is a form of incentives, was made available through the electric-vehicle maker’s own app and website.
The company, Tesla Motors, also said that customers could purchase a Tesla Model S and Model X directly from the company, or purchase one of its other models, such as the Model S sedan, from the dealership.
The company did not specify a cost for the guarantee, but the offer comes on the heels of a second-quarter financial report that showed revenue of $8.3 billion, a 13.5% increase over the previous year.
The electric-cars company said that the second-half sales were mainly due to the Model 3 sedan, the first of which will be launched in December.
Tesla has sold over 1 million of its Model 3 cars, with deliveries starting in the U.S. on January 20.
The first Model 3 will be delivered in 2017.
Tesla has been under pressure to deliver its electric-auto vehicles to customers, with a number of analysts warning that the company could be on the brink of a financial crisis.
In the past few months, Tesla has faced criticism from some quarters, with some analysts saying the company’s stock price is too volatile and that the electric vehicles it is developing will not be competitive in the long term.
The Model 3, however, is expected to be a blockbuster for the company.