The first of Tesla’s new Model 3 sedan has been spotted parked in a garage in Southern California.
The car’s battery pack was spotted on a pickup truck, with a small amount of battery left behind.
The vehicle was also spotted at a dealership in San Jose, California, the same dealership that sold the first Model 3 to customers.
The Model 3 was not available for pre-order until January 31, 2020.
Tesla is currently rolling out a limited fleet of the Model 3 and Model S, with the first 500 vehicles expected to be delivered in early 2021.
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The company has already shown off a number of new technologies on the Model S and Model 3, including a new battery pack that packs up to 4,000 kilowatts of power and a new wireless charging station.
The Model S has an all-wheel drive system that is available on all three vehicles, and Tesla says that the Model X crossover is capable of up to 40 MPG (12.7 mpg).
The Model X is available now in the U.S. for $59,990 (about $88,200) with the option to upgrade to a 4.7-liter V6 engine for $24,100 (about 30 percent more than the base Model S).
Tesla has not announced pricing for the new 4.0-liter EcoBoost V6 for the Model III.
The first Model S will start at $70,000 with a base price of $76,000.
The first Model X starts at $82,500, with an MSRP of $104,900 (about 60 percent more expensive than the current base model).
The first Tesla Model X will be available in 2019.