A second hand vehicle will be arriving soon, according to a new survey by the electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors.
The survey also revealed that electric cars are a great option for secondhand shoppers, and that Tesla plans to bring their first production cars to market this year.
In a press release, Tesla said the second hand cars would be available in two models, the Model S sedan and Model X SUV, with an expected retail price of between $50,000 and $65,000.
“These vehicles will provide a compelling choice to consumers who want a car for the long haul and who want to live a second life,” said Peter Day, vice president of product management for Tesla Motors, in a statement.
“We’re excited to be launching these cars at an affordable price point, and we expect to make this product available to our customers in the coming months.”
Tesla said that its second hand vehicles will feature “an array of technology features that enhance the comfort, performance and convenience of electric vehicles, including the addition of a second battery pack.”
The company said the Model X and Model S would have “new safety features and performance enhancements” including “upgraded rear seats and an active safety seat,” along with an active cruise control.
The first Tesla vehicle, the Tesla Model S, went on sale in September 2015.
Tesla said that it sold 1.4 million Model S sedans in the first half of 2016, with 3.7 million sold.