Tesla Motors is offering guaranteed second-hand car sales to its second-generation models for $1,000.

The electric car company will make the offer to its first-generation cars, the Model S, Model X and Model 3, as well as the Model XP, which will also include a second-gen Autopilot feature.

The announcement comes amid growing interest in the company’s Model 3 electric car, which is the companys first mass-market electric car.

Tesla will also offer second-handed car purchases for its Model S and Model X, which are already in the hands of some people in California and elsewhere.

Tesla is also working on a third-generation electric vehicle that will be released in 2021.

Tesla has made a lot of progress in developing the Model 3 since the car was revealed last year.

The new offer follows a deal with Nissan last year to guarantee its secondhand cars at a rate of $1 million each.

That deal ended with a $500,000 guarantee for the Nissan Leaf and the $500 on top of that.

The second-place finisher in the 2018 Nissan Leaf prize, the Leaf X, will also be guaranteed for $500.

Tesla also offered $2,000 cash back for every second-best sale for Model 3s sold at a dealer.

Tesla is also offering the Model Y for $400,000, the first-ever third-party guaranteed secondhand car purchase for a Tesla.

The company also is offering the Tesla Model 3 for $3,500 cash back, a $2 per-mile credit for each mile driven on the road that was the only incentive offered last year, and the ability to take a free, one-hour road trip to Hawaii, the company said in a statement.

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