The first electric car will be built by a Californian automaker within the next 10 years, with the first units to arrive in 2021, according to a report.
The new electric car is called the Electromechanics near me (EMAH) concept, which is designed to take advantage of the region’s growing demand for electric vehicles.
Electromaktion near me will be a project of Tesla Motors and will be powered by the same lithium-ion battery technology found in the Model 3.
Tesla’s plan for EMAH is to provide an all-electric vehicle for about $60,000 that can run on a single charge.
The Electromachines near me concept has been in development for about two years, and is now ready to be produced, according Tesla Motors.
A new report from Bloomberg cites Tesla’s chief executive Elon Musk as saying that the company has already completed more than half of the construction for the car.
A prototype of the car has already been built by Tesla, according the report, but it’s still a work in progress.
The vehicle’s design will be influenced by other automakers’ electric vehicle designs, and it will include features like electric mirrors, a range extender, and a retractable roof.