Electric vehicle makers are already gearing up for a huge boost in the popularity of electric vehicles after the electric-car maker Tesla announced last week that it plans to bring back its popular electric sedan and electric vehicle with a few key changes.
But Tesla also said it wants to make its own batteries for electric vehicles and its own chargers for the company’s existing EV-powered cars.
In a blog post, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said he wants to bring his company’s batteries and chargers back to its customers.
The company has said it plans on having at least 50% of its cars powered by EVs by 2020.
Musk said in the blog post that the company is working on a battery and charging system for its Model 3 electric vehicle, which it will unveil this fall.
He said Tesla will release a video “over the next couple of weeks” explaining the plans.
Tesla said it has plans to launch a new charging infrastructure for electric cars in 2018.
Musk and Tesla’s other main competitor, General Motors, has already announced plans to build charging infrastructure, and GM has announced that it will bring back the Chevrolet Bolt EV with a larger battery.
The move is likely to lead to an even bigger boom in electric vehicles, which are gaining popularity as they can run on battery packs that can charge much faster than conventional vehicles.
Tesla and General Motors both plan to build electric vehicles at an annual cost of $35,000 or more.
Tesla plans to have 100% of all its vehicles powered by electric cars by 2020, with the rest of its vehicles being powered by hydrogen fuel cells.
Tesla has said its vehicles will cost $35 to $40,000 each.
Musk’s post was written in response to a request for comments sent by Bloomberg News on Saturday.
Bloomberg News’ Alastair Gale contributed to this report.