The Sport, the second of three electric sports cars, was introduced at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.
In this video, a man who identifies himself as “David” gives a brief overview of the car.
“The Sport will be a hybrid electric car,” he says.
“It will be able to go 60 miles per hour.
The range will be 150 miles.”
The Sport has a starting price of $85,000 and an EPA range of 120 miles.
According to a Tesla Motors spokeswoman, the Sport’s battery pack has been upgraded to a 20 kilowatt-hour lithium ion battery.
That’s a big upgrade for the car, but the company says it can’t confirm the range of the battery.
The battery will be used for a maximum of 20 hours of driving, but only for a short period.
In an email to The Verge, a Tesla spokeswoman said, “The range of a battery is limited to the range at which it can store energy.”
The company says the battery can hold more than 20 hours on a charge, but it didn’t say how much energy it can hold.
The company has been working on a plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) since 2014, and it’s made its first public test drive at the Los Angeles International Auto Show earlier this month.
The car was supposed to be a $7,500 plug-ins only car, so it wasn’t surprising that the initial announcement didn’t mention the electric motor.
The video also showed a range indicator at the rear of the vehicle.
That indicates the range is actually less than 20 miles.
But according to the company, the range can be increased by plugging in an additional battery pack.
The Tesla spokesperson said that the “extra capacity” can be used to recharge the battery pack during the day and at night.
The vehicle is expected to go on sale in 2020.