Why Apple’s Puma Electron is the future of electronics platforms

Apple’s new electric car will make a splash in the electric car market, and that’s no small feat.

The company says it plans to unveil the electric Puma in 2019, with a full-size SUV priced from $30,000 to $45,000, or possibly more.

The Puma is expected to be available in two models: a sedan and a crossover.

The sedan is rumored to have a base price of around $40,000.

The crossover model is expected at around $35,000.

“The Pita is the first electric car to be based on the Tesla Model S platform.

It has an electric motor, electric power steering, and a range of between 150 miles to 300 miles.

It’s expected to go on sale in 2019.”

The company has also unveiled an SUV, which will be the same as the Puma.

That car is also rumored to be priced between $30 to $40K, and may be the first crossover model.

The crossover will be powered by an 85-horsepower electric motor.

It is expected in 2019 to be offered in a range from 300 to 600 miles.

The Puma will also have a range between 300 to 700 miles.