Tesla and Toyota engineers on Toyota’s upcoming 100-mile EV project

Posted May 03, 2018 04:23:06Tesla and Toyota are teaming up to develop an EV that will run on batteries, the company announced today.

The company announced the development of the new car on its website.

The car, named the Telsa Xtreme EV, will be built using advanced materials engineering and a Telsas Xtra, the latest iteration of the company’s flagship EV.

The Telsans Xtras, the most powerful model in the lineup, is expected to be the most capable EV to date.

It will feature a 200-mile range and a 1,000-mile battery capacity.

“Tesla’s latest Xtractiv (Xtreme) will be the fastest EV on the market and the most fuel efficient ever built, delivering a remarkable range, top speed and unmatched acceleration.

The Xtinctive EV will be a world-class transportation solution for the urban world,” Tesla said in a statement.

The company says the Tlesas Xtra will be “the most powerful EV in the world” at the end of 2020.

It is currently on sale for $69,900, and the company says it will begin production in 2021.

The announcement comes less than a week after Tesla unveiled the first vehicle that will be powered by its Telsaa 100-Kilowatt Electric Drive (XdEV) technology, which uses electric motors to power a vehicle, the T-Cell.

The car has a range of about 400 miles on a single charge.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced plans to produce a 100-kW Telshaa electric vehicle on May 16, 2019.

Tesla said the company will use a combination of lithium-ion batteries, lithium-air cells, and other materials and technologies to achieve the electric vehicle’s range and efficiency.

The Xtectiv XtialEV will be produced in collaboration with Toyota, according to a statement from Toyota.

It has an initial production capacity of 1,400 vehicles.

Toyota will manufacture the XticalEV in both the U.S. and Japan.