Tesla is going to be opening up new garage doors for people to enter, and the company says it’s the first to do so.
The company is working with Door Sweep, an Austin, Texas, company, to develop a system that uses overhead doors to allow people to walk through them without any lights.
This is the first time a company is actually working with Tesla to bring a garage door door to market, so it’s definitely something worth a closer look.
The idea behind the system is simple: the idea is to give people an easy way to enter a garage without the need for an open garage door.
You simply push the door shut, and a light illuminates the space.
There are two ways to access the garage door, which are a garage entrance, and an interior door.
In the first, the door opens automatically to allow access, while the second opens automatically, allowing you to open the door.
Inside the garage, you can also open the doors manually.
If you want to access a locked garage door from inside, you simply push a button that locks the door, and then turn on the garage entry lights.
Once the garage doors are open, you’re ready to go, so the system automatically unlocks the door to let you through.
This makes it easy to enter the garage without having to physically push the doors open manually.
Tesla says that Door Sweep has been working with the company to build out its technology for a while, and that the company has already built a few prototypes, but it still has some work to do.
For now, though, it’s making a handful of units, and it’s going to go public soon.
The price tag on the company’s new system is $20,000 per unit, but the company expects that it will cost more once it reaches the production stage.