Tesla Roadster capable of hitting 0-60 MPH in 1.9 Seconds and all about you need to know about Tesla Roadster Car.
Tesla Roadster capable of hitting 0-60 MPH in 1.9 Seconds. Lord knows how they’ve done it, but all Tesla will say for now is that the Roadster uses three electric motors, one upfront and two at the rear, the power is funnelled to all four wheels, and there’s torque vectoring.
The standard retail price of the so-called base model will start at $200,000. The vehicle dynamics model developed based on the battery capacity, the car’s weight, and its known performance data suggest that the Roadster is capable of maintaining 250 mph for between 25 and 30 minutes. A Bugatti Chiron, on the other hand, would run out of fuel in its 22-gallon tank at the same top speed in just 9 minutes.
When the first car launched it was expensive, low volume and essentially a modified Lotus, but the evolved Roadster could be a bonafide world-beater.
Tesla Roadster Unveiled, First Electric Car With 1,000 Km Range
Provided the Roadster can deliver on its lofty promises, it could be the car to finally silence petrol and diesel.
It uses a 200kWh battery pack to deliver a 620-mile range on a full charge.
On Thursday night, Elon Musk upstaged his own semi truck launch with the news that Tesla is going to build a new performance car,the Roadster
Tesla Roadster Speed
Tesla Roadster Capable of going from 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds, the Tesla Roadster would be the first such car ever to break the two second
it would climb from 0 to 100 mph in 4.2 seconds and clear a quarter mile in 8.9 seconds. This will the first time that any production car has broken 9 seconds in the quarter mile.
With a 200 kilowatt hour battery pack, the Tesla Roadster will have a range of 620 miles on a single charge its an another new record.
Production of the new car, an updated version of Tesla’s first production vehicle, is expected to begin in 2020.
Tesla’s new second-generation Roadster will be the quickest production car ever made.
The sports car, which features off-the-charts performance numbers, is due to arrive in 2020.
The Roadster is what is called a 2+2, meaning it has two full-size seats in the front and two smaller seats in the back, meaning that if you really wanted to you could probably squeeze four people into the car, as long as the rear passengers are small people.