Tesla unveiled its new Roadster Thursday evening, and man does it have big shoes to fill.
The new Roadster will feature Plaid mode, which will enable it to do 0- 60 mph in just 1.9 seconds! This will make it the world's fastest production vehicle, the company claims.
The base model of the vehicle will cost $200,000.
May or may not need to use velcro tires combined with vacuums and magnets attached to the bottom to keep the car on the ground... but this is just our speculation.
Tesla surprised everyone and unveiled a new Roadster on 11/16/2017.
"The new Tesla Roadster will be the fastest production car ever made, period," CEO Elon Musk said.
The base model of the Roadster will do 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds.
"It will be the first time any car has broken two seconds at 0-60," Musk said. "It will be the fastest to 100 mph, 4.2 seconds to 100 mph."
It will do a quarter-mile in 8.9 seconds, Musk said.
"This will be the first time any production car has broken nine seconds in a quarter-mile. These are all world records, This is what we are achieving in the prototype.
Musk said the car will have a top speed of about 250 mph and a 250 kWh battery pack, which gives it a 620-mile range.
The four-seater vehicle will also feature a glass roof that is removable and stores in the trunk.
Needless to say, this incredible vehicle won't come cheap, but much cheaper than the other supercar alternatives that run with this cheetah.
The base model of the new Roadster will begin pricing at $200,000. A reservation for the base model will set you back $50,000 and if you want a Founder's Series version of the vehicle, you'll have to shell out $250,000.