Tesla Model S, Model X, and other electric vehicles get new safety features

New safety features for electric vehicles will be added to the Tesla Model 3 and the Tesla Semi, according to Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk.

The new features are part of the Model 3, the Model X SUV, and the Model S sedan.

Musk made the announcement during a live webcast at CES 2017.

“The Model 3 will include the ability to communicate with the Tesla Autopilot system,” Musk said.

“And it’s also a big improvement to the way our cars interact with each other.”

The new system will include automatic braking, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking.

Musk also announced that the Model A sedan and Model S will receive new safety sensors, including a head-up display (HUD) and radar.

“There will also be an all-new Autopark feature that’s built in,” Musk told the crowd.

“It’s like a lane change detector that automatically adjusts the speed to make sure the car doesn’t get stuck in a lane.

It will even alert you to the location of a person who is in a vehicle with the car, and that person can be in the car in case they need to pull over.”

Musk also said that Tesla’s autopilot features are coming to the Model 4 sedan, and an upcoming car called the Autopower will also get some of the same safety features.

The Model 3 sedan is scheduled for release in 2019.

The Tesla Model X crossover SUV will be released in 2020.

Musk said that the new features will help the Model Y crossover SUV, the Tesla’s smaller, less expensive sibling.

The X SUV will include new safety technologies, including lane departure and blind spot monitoring, as well as advanced crash avoidance systems.

The system will be available in the Model Z SUV, which is expected to be released later this year.

Musk noted that Tesla will soon launch a new family of electric vehicles called the XR, which will be the flagship model for the Model 1 and Model 3.

The next-generation XR will have a range of nearly 200 miles, with a base price of $75,000.

The company has been rumored to launch a second family of the X family of cars in 2019, and a third family of models in 2020 or 2021.

Musk has also indicated that Tesla could release the Model 2 in 2021 or 2022, but that the company would launch the Model T in the latter half of 2019.

Musk previously stated that Tesla plans to have a mass production of all its electric vehicles by 2020.

The electric car company is currently working on an electric car that can go 100 miles on a single charge.