Tesla Model S Racing Car – 1st official photo of the official Tesla Model P racing car (with the first car to be announced as a ‘Musk’ competitor)

Tesla Motors announced a new sports car that will compete in the 2017 Daytona International Speedway’s Daytona 500 in a new “Musk” competition that will run until 2020.

The car will feature a new 2.0-liter engine that will make 400 horsepower.

The prototype will be based on the Model S, but will also sport a slightly larger rear axle, and will also be able to hit a top speed of 220 mph.

This is the first official photo that we have of the new “S” model that will be running in the event.

It will be the first “Musks” racing car that is officially licensed by the NASCAR sanctioning body, and it will be available to purchase from the new Tesla Motors store in Daytona Beach, Florida, in 2017.

The announcement comes less than a month after Tesla announced that it had begun licensing the “Musky” racing cars for the 2017 race.

These new cars are powered by the same 2.3-liter supercharged V6 turbocharged engine that powers the Tesla Model X. They will be powered by a “S”-model, and they will be sold in a limited number of units.

The Tesla Model Y and “S-model” cars will be produced with the same “MusK” platform, but they will not be available in limited numbers until 2021.

The “S”, for now, will be only available in “specialty” markets and as a “pre-order” option for a limited time.

Tesla has yet to announce the number of “S’s” it plans to offer for sale, but it’s estimated that a million will be built.

While it’s not clear how many cars will run in the “S race,” it is expected that a minimum of three cars will go into the race.

The rest of the cars will have to be custom built to fit the specifications of the car that they will compete on.

The cars will not have to compete in a series of open-wheel events.

The car that the new car will run on is expected to be the second “S model” for the team, which was previously known as the “Supercharged” and “Muskegon” cars.

The team is expected back at the Speedway for the Daytona 500 event on March 1.

The Model S “S2” will be a supercharged version of the Model X, with a power output of 400 horsepower and top speed around 220 mph, according to the company.

This means that the Model P will be able run with a higher top speed.

The company also announced that the “2.0” variant of the Tesla is expected.

It is expected with a 2.5-liter turbocharged V8 engine that makes 500 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque.

The supercharger will provide the car with a top-end torque of up to 4,500 pounds of torque at 1,200 rpm.

The new car is expected in 2020.

The new “s” model will also feature a much larger rear wheelbase, a wider wheelbase than the previous “s”, and a new rear spoiler.

This will give the car an even larger footprint, with the rear of the “s”-model expected to make up 40 percent of the overall width of the vehicle.

The company also said that the car will be taller and wider than the “x”.

The “s-model”, however, is expected for a longer-term deal.

The Model S will only run in limited markets and for a very limited time before it is discontinued.

Tesla plans to keep the “y” version of “s for “customer acquisition,” and the “l” version for “research and development.

“It will be interesting to see how Tesla’s new sports cars will fare at the track.

The Supercharged and “s+” cars are both more powerful than the Tesla X, and the superchargers on the Supercharged cars are much more efficient than the ones on the “m” cars that are more powerful.

If the “M” car can be more efficient, it could make up for the “X” power, and potentially make up the difference in speed.

Tesla’s “s,” however, could have more power than the car on the street, which could help it compete with the “L” cars on the track, but could also result in more power on the racetrack than the new cars.

This story has been updated to include additional information about the “supercharged” version and the new sports model.