BTS tableware manufacturer Tesco Melamine has launched a new line of Tesla electric vehicles, including the Model S, and the company is releasing a new model for Tesla customers, the Tesco Tesla Electric.
The Tesco Tesco Electric Model S has an 8 kWh battery, which is significantly more efficient than a standard Model S battery, the company said in a blog post.
Tesco said it was developing a series of new Tesco Model S electric vehicles.
“Our goal was to bring more Tesla to consumers,” said BTS founder and CEO Michael Trescott.
“Tesco is a global leader in high performance, sustainable transportation, and we are proud to be part of that success.”BTS also announced that the Tesla Model S will be the first Tesla to offer “Tesla Power,” which will allow Tesco customers to recharge their Tesco EVs with their own batteries, without the need for a Tesla charger.
Teso Tesla Power is expected to launch later this year.
Tesla also said it will be releasing a number of new Tesla products including a new “Powerpack” battery pack, new electric vehicle powertrains, and electric vehicle charging stations.
Tesla said it would also begin production of its new Model X crossover SUV, and that it would offer an enhanced version of the Model X SUV, which would be available in 2019.
The company said it planned to release new Tescos and Tesco electric vehicles “in the coming months.”
Tesco has also partnered with Tesla to provide a new product line that would be exclusive to Tesco, which will include “the Tesla Powerpack.”
The Tescos will be available to Tescos in the U.K., U.S. and Europe.