The holidays are coming up, and that means it’s time to start looking forward to the new year.
It’s time for a big celebration, as the first day of January will mark the end of a new year and the beginning of another.
With that, we’re going to look at some of the big stories, milestones and trends that are going to affect the next year and what we can look forward to in the coming months.
Tesla Motors will sell more vehicles in 2019 Elon Musk’s electric car maker Tesla will sell over 10 million Model 3s this year, Musk said in a statement.
And that number will double in 2019.
“Our goal is to sell 10 million vehicles in the first year of the new Model 3,” he said.
Musk’s announcement came a few days after the company announced that it was expanding its manufacturing capacity and adding additional production lines in China to meet demand for the new vehicles.
The announcement comes after a year when Tesla struggled to build enough vehicles to meet the increasing demand for its electric cars.
Tesla’s stock has dropped as much as 28% in the past year, and the company is now down over 35%.
New Model X vehicles will hit the market in 2019 The Model X SUV is now the fastest-selling SUV in the world.
The SUV was launched in September 2019, and its first full year of production was just released.
Tesla is now on track to sell at least 4,000 Model Xs this calendar year.
A new version of the Nissan LEAF is coming to the US Nissan will begin producing its new model, the Nissan Leaf, in the United States.
The new Leaf is expected to hit the road sometime in 2020.
It is expected that the Leaf will be significantly smaller and lighter than the current Leaf SUV, which currently has a range of around 100 miles on a single charge.
The Leaf’s design has changed little since its unveiling, which has helped the Leaf become one of the most popular electric vehicles in America.
The Nissan Leaf will feature a new rear-mounted electric motor that is said to be capable of delivering 60 miles per charge in as little as 10 minutes.
Ford will offer electric vehicles to customers in 2021 The automaker has announced that electric vehicles will be offered in 2021 for customers in the US.
The first electric car to be sold in the country, the Ford Escape, will be available in 2021.
It will have a range from 0 to 60 miles on the battery pack, and will also have a rear-seat charging capability.
The vehicle will come with the company’s electric Drive Electric feature.
The iPhone 7 is going to hit store shelves in 2021 Apple has just released a new version, the iPhone 7, which is expected for release later this year.
The phone is expected in stores around the world, and is expected not to be too far off from its predecessors.
The OnePlus 3 will hit store shelf shelves in 2022 The OnePlus 2 was released in September 2021.
OnePlus is now preparing to release a new phone with the OnePlus 3, according to reports.
The company is also looking to bring its flagship smartphone to China and India.
The Apple Watch will launch in 2022 Apple has announced a new device, the Apple Watch, which will be released in 2022.
The watch will be a wearable device that will allow users to see information and track their health through its OLED screen.
Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 will launch later this month Samsung will start selling its Galaxy S7 and Galaxy K7 smartphones later this week.
The smartphones are expected to be released this week or early next week.
Nokia is building an entire new family of Android phones Nokia has just announced its newest phone, the Nokia 5.
This new device is expected this week, according a report from Bloomberg.
Nokia’s latest smartphone will have the same 4.7-inch display as its previous Nokia Lumia 950 and Lumia 1020 smartphones, as well as a 5-megapixel camera on the back.
Google’s Project Fi is expected at launch Google will release Project Fi, its new wireless internet service, in 2019, according the Wall Street Journal.
Project Fi will be the first of many internet services that Google will offer to the public in 2019 including its new Wi-Fi calling service, Google Drive, and Google Play Movies and Music.