The first thing to know about electric vehicles is that they’re super-fast, super-light and super-cheap.
But the next question you might be asking is whether you’ll actually be able to pay for them.
And the answer is: probably not.
Tesla, the Japanese electric car company, is taking things one step further.
Its new $35,000 Focus E electric vehicle comes with a whopping $10,000 in optional equipment that allows it to have two pedals and a steering wheel for the price of a regular car, and its batteries are made by Panasonic.
Its price tag is $28,000.
If you buy all of it for a mere $30,000, the car would be worth about $9,000 more than the Tesla Model S, and it would be nearly two times more expensive.
Tesla is hoping to make that jump by introducing the Focus E at its Model S launch event in March.
The company has already begun selling its first Focus E in Europe and Canada, and the company is planning to roll out the car to the US in mid-May.
Tesla says it plans to introduce its first full-size electric car in 2019.
But it won’t be the only company making electric vehicles.
Ford is planning on offering its Focus Electric SUV, the Ford Focus, to the public in 2020.
Ford will also offer the Focus EV to the general public in 2019, although Ford says that it won “not be the first full electric vehicle that Ford will introduce.”
And Ford’s own electric cars will eventually replace all other electric vehicles in the US, with a possible exception.
So why aren’t electric cars more popular?
Because, in a market where gas prices are so high, the cost of the gasoline you buy to go to the gas station is far more than you pay to drive the car.
In 2020, when electric cars are around, electric vehicles are still cheaper than gas.
But gas prices have been falling for years, and electric cars have come along way since then.
It’s not just the price that’s down.
Tesla’s Focus E is going to cost you $10k to buy, but the company estimates that it will be around twice as expensive to buy a $30k Focus E from the factory than it is to buy one from a dealership.
But that’s a $10K difference, and a $15K difference when you factor in the equipment that Tesla will put on your Focus E to get it up and running.
The difference between a $35k electric car and a much less expensive $10m one is huge.
Tesla plans to have its first fully electric car on the road in 2019 and says it will have the first fully-electric cars on the market by 2021.
But there’s a catch.
If the price for electric cars continues to fall, then by 2020 the electric car market will be almost entirely electric.
So if Tesla’s prices continue to fall even further, then it’s going to be hard to sell any electric car that costs more than $10-15k.
The same is true of gas cars, which are still cheap even if they cost $30-40k.
As a result, the price is going up.
That could cause electric car prices to fall in the near term, but they could also cause gas prices to go up.
And there’s the potential for a massive, long-term price drop, which could potentially lead to gas prices that are $30 or $40 or more higher than the current prices.
In other words, electric cars could be the future.
Here’s how they’re different from gas cars.
How the electric cars compare to gas cars The electric cars on display at the launch of Tesla’s electric car, the Focus Electric, in London in 2020.(Reuters: David Levene)The electric car is different from gasoline cars in a number of ways.
It costs less than a gallon of gas to go from point A to point B. There are no combustion engines in an electric car.
The energy from the combustion engines is stored in batteries, and that power can be used for other things like braking and acceleration.
That means that electric cars use less electricity than gasoline cars do.
Electric cars also are lighter.
The batteries used in electric cars can be as small as 1 kWh, which is much lighter than a typical gasoline car.
And electric cars don’t require a battery charger to get started.
Instead, they just plug into the wall and the car does it itself.
That allows the batteries to be easily replaced if they run out of juice.
Electric car batteries weigh about 20 kilograms, or 25 pounds.
Gas cars weigh about 100 kilograms, about 300 pounds.
And most electric cars weigh between 50 and 70 kilograms, which puts them on par with conventional cars.
But because electric cars take longer to charge, they can consume more energy to get going than conventional cars do, meaning that a conventional electric car will typically consume about 40% more energy than an electric vehicle. That