SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) – Tesla chief executive Elon Musk is set to announce a new product today, an announcement which has been delayed by two days after its original window of Monday.

The entrepreneur had been due to unveil the ‘unexpected’ product at the start of the week, but Musk tweeted on the day to say the launch would be postponed because it needed ‘a few more days of refinement.’

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Tesla’s announcement is expected to go live at 5 p.m. PST and will be followed by a 30-minute media Q&A.

Earlier this month, the company boss tweeted that an “unexpected” product would be launched this week. The announcement, when it eventually comes, will mean the company will be launching two new products this month. The new, unknown, product will be followed by a solar roof and battery, which is being created by Tesla and one of Musk’s other companies, SolarCity.

“Tesla product unveiling on the 17th (unexpected by most), followed by Tesla/SolarCity on the 28th,” Musk said in the initial tweet. There haven’t been any clues as to what may be launched at this week’s event, but it could be the second part of Tesla’s Model 3 launch.

In April, Tesla revealed its most “affordable” electric car to date. The Model 3, which has had more than 400,000 preorders, is promised to be a high-quality electric vehicle with a range of 215 miles. It will be able to reach 60mph in six seconds and support Tesla’s Supercharger network.

After the car was launched in April Musk said there would be a “big” event for the second part of the car’s launch later in 2016.

On October 28 Tesla and SolarCity are set to reveal a solar roof and an integrated “Powerwall 2.0 battery and Tesla charger”. In September, the billionaire said the new energy efficient rooftop would be publicly seen for the first time in the San Fransisco Bay area on October 28.