The electric carmaker said on Thursday that it would be introducing a battery operated fan that will help keep the Model S’s battery in good shape.
The Tesla Powerwall 2 will be available to customers starting at $6,500 and will have a range of up to 1,400 miles on a single charge.
The Tesla Powerline 2, meanwhile, will cost $4,000 and can get a range up to 2,000 miles on one charge.
Tesla also plans to offer the Model 3, which will start at $35,000, with a range for up to 3,000 kilometers on one charging.
The battery-powered Model 3 will be the first car with battery-operated headlights, a feature that has been available on Tesla’s other models.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in December that the company was working on a new battery operated headlights system that could be ready for the Model 4 in 2020.
Tesla also plans an all-electric Model 3 sedan with an all electric battery that is capable of driving itself, Musk said.