Tesla is rolling out a new line of LED headlights in the coming months that it claims will reduce the amount of CO2 emitted by the cars that they are fitted with.
The company is making a big push to be the first automaker to produce LED headlights that use LED lights to generate electricity.
Tesla is selling the headlights that feature LED lights as an alternative to standard headlights that emit CO2.
The technology could potentially be used by manufacturers in the future to reduce their emissions.
The new headlights come in four colors: white, blue, red and green.
The first one is already on the market and will be offered in the US beginning in March 2019.
The second, a version with a white light, is expected to be available in the first quarter of 2020.
A third, a green LED, is coming soon.
The fourth is a red LED with blue LEDs that will be available later in 2020.
The headlights come with two LEDs that emit a light that can dim when the car is stopped, or turn on if the driver is talking to the car.
They can also be controlled by an app on a smartphone or tablet.
The lights can be switched on by swiping the top of the headlights, and off by pressing a button on the head unit.
Tesla says the headlights will last for up to three years and offer a lifespan of up to 20,000 miles.
The batteries will last up to 100,000 hours and offer an energy efficiency rating of 15% or better.
Tesla claims that the LED headlights will be more efficient than traditional headlights because they use a different type of LED light to produce electricity than traditional bulbs do.
The LED lights will also be able to be operated on all types of climate and road conditions.
The car has also announced plans to produce up to 2 million of the LED lights by 2020.
In order to be eligible for the technology, headlights must meet the following specifications: 1.5 meters long and 0.6 meters wide 2.5 metres tall and 0,6 meters long.
3 meters wide.
The headlight has to be positioned at the top edge of the dashboard.
It must also have a hole at the front for a light switch.
4.6 metric tons.
The battery will last at least three years.
The cars that Tesla sells will use the new technology to reduce CO2 emissions by 25%.
The company says it will make the headlights available to its customers in 2020 and will also begin production of the new headlights for other vehicles.
Tesla will make an additional announcement on Tuesday that it plans to launch a special program to help people switch on the headlights in certain parts of the world.
The program will include incentives for switching off the headlights and installing LED lights on vehicles that are parked in designated parking spaces.
Tesla also announced that it is partnering with the Environmental Protection Agency to help with the installation of the technology in its U.S. operations.
The announcement comes on the heels of an announcement that Tesla is launching an environmental testing program for the new lights.
The initiative will allow customers to test the lights and make suggestions on how they might improve their energy use.