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Source The Times Online article The new Tesla electric car is the latest in a series of electric cars that have been unveiled in Israel.
The new car comes with a range of 1,800 km, and the first two prototypes are already selling in Israel, but only the prototype will be delivered to customers in 2019.
Israel has been on the forefront of electric vehicles and the electric car industry in recent years.
In 2016, the country became the first country in the world to offer an electric vehicle, and in 2021, the first one with a full-electric motor.
Electric vehicles will also soon be available in Israel in the form of the Teslas, which are designed to be the fastest, most efficient electric vehicles on the market.
The first electric vehicle in Israel was built in Tel Aviv and launched in October 2017.
The first Teslas are now available in Telos, the largest shopping mall in the country.
In 2018, the Israeli government decided to introduce a maximum of two electric vehicles per household, which will be the highest number in the European Union.
In November 2018, it announced a national electric vehicle launch programme, with three electric vehicles in the air at the beginning of 2021.
The first of the three was launched in Telesir, a city near Tel Aviv.
The other two were delivered to Israel from Germany, the UK and Australia, which has an electric-vehicle production capacity of around 50,000 vehicles a year.
The launch of the first electric car in Israel took place on Tuesday, and it was launched with the slogan: ‘The future is electric.
The future is now.’
The new Teslas were also launched in the city of Telos on Tuesday.
The vehicle was seen parked in the parking lot of the shopping mall, but was not immediately available for public inspection.