Teslas, the first electric car to hit the market, are selling out in Britain at the start of 2019.

The new model has already made its way to the UK, with more than 1,300 Teslas already sold.

The £100k price tag is a whopping £1,800 cheaper than the most expensive car in the country.

If you’re on a budget, however, you can save up to £150,000 over the course of a full year.

The Tesla Model S P85D costs just £89,400, while the Nissan Leaf costs £53,500.

The average price for a Teslax car in Britain is £69,500, according to the government.

Teslas will be able to save you even more if you buy the new car at an auction, as Teslas will cost £11,000 more than a regular car.

This means you could save £2,600 a year on a Tesla.

Teslas have been a popular option for buyers in recent years, with the average price of a Teslan in Britain having risen by £50,000 to £76,400.

In the past year, Teslas have also made their way to America and Europe, as well as Australia.

They’re currently available in the US, France, and Germany.

Teslax will cost between £7,900 and £10,000 a year for a four-year lease.