A new all-electrification car is gaining popularity in Europe, and it’s called a synonym.
The BMW M3 is now a common name for all electric cars, with the latest model, the BMW M4, becoming synonymous with electric cars in Europe.
But a new breed of all-wheel drive, or EV, vehicles has been gaining popularity, too, especially in the United States.
The Tesla Model S has been a top seller for more than a year, and sales have been growing for several years, with some states, including California, now allowing EVs on the roads.
As for the Model 3, the Model S is expected to arrive sometime this year, but many electric vehicles are expected to get delayed in 2017.
The new all electric car is known as the BMW X5, according to a Tesla spokesperson.
Its name comes from the car’s electric powertrain, which is a direct response to BMW’s X3 sedan, which also had a plug-in hybrid drivetrain.
The X5 also uses the same architecture as the X3.
Tesla’s new X5 sedan is expected sometime in the second half of this decade, but Tesla said it would not confirm or deny when it would be ready.
The car’s engine uses a lithium ion battery, but it is much smaller than its competitors, so it will use a more powerful electric motor.
Tesla said the X5 will have a range of 265 miles (400 kilometers), with a range extender option that will increase the range to 310 miles (419 kilometers).
The X4 sedan, the first electric car to be unveiled by the electric automaker, had a range at 215 miles (320 kilometers), and it had a 0-60 mph (0-100 km/h) time of 2.6 seconds.
The electric vehicle also has a range-extender option, which will add an extra 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the range, Tesla said.
The vehicle’s range extenders will be available for all cars starting at $50,000, according Tesla.