Next-Generation Tesla Roadster Comes To Life In New Teaser Video

/ 02:34 AM January 11, 2019

Although the next-generation Tesla Roadster is yet to be unveiled to the public, this fantastic innovation is already steaming and captivating the interests of auto lovers all over the world.

It’s no surprise that this all-electric supercar is gaining so much attention due to its many striking potentials. The next generation Tesla Roadster is designed to function without the use of gasoline, and according to Elon Musk, it is built to “deliver a hard-core smackdown” to gasoline-powered cars.

The enormous features and potentials of the Roadster make it evident that Tesla is bent on producing a unique vehicle with a class above the norm. Some of its features include three electric motors capable of moving from 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds and accelerating all the way to a top speed of over 250 mph. Also, the Tesla Roadster sizable 200 kWh battery gives a mileage of 620 miles per charge. Only a handful of gas-powered cars in the market today can match up with these specs.


Tesla Roadster Specs

  • 0-60 mph: 1.9 seconds
  • Top speed: Over 250 mph
  • Mileage (Range): 620 miles per charge

One of Tesla’s enthusiasts named The Yazuki created a brief teaser to showcase the upcoming all-electric supercar innovation to the world. The video which was shared on Vimeo-a popular video sharing site, the speed of the Tesla Roadster was likened to light, and the specs so powerful it can break through any barrier. All the impressive features of the vehicle showing its futuristic designs were all recorded in the teaser.


Fans all over the world are eager to see the Tesla Roadster for sale. It’s no doubt that this one-of-a-kind vehicle by Tesla will cause a disruption due to its superb features and unbeatable price point. Also, the Tesla Roadster is fully equipped with high-tech features such as Autopilot as well as a special mode that optimizes the car for 0-60 launches. Interestingly, what’s Tesla is aiming at giving away all this performance for as low as $200,000. Though, they plan on releasing more costly variants like a rocket tech-equipped version dubbed as the “SpaceX package,” on a later date, which may be referred to as the Tesla Roadster 2020 version.

At the price of $200,000, the next-generation Tesla Roadster will enter the market providing Tesla and auto lovers with a better bargain than mid-tier supercars such as the McLaren 720S and the Ferrari 812 Superfast, both of which are usually priced closer to the $300,000 range. In addition, the performance of the next-gen Roadster exceeds the standards of most halo vehicles like the McLaren P1, Ferrari LaFerarri, including the Porsche 918 Spyder — all of which have now earned their place in the echelons of the category of hypercar brands.

Surprisingly, the yet to be launched next-gen Roadster has already started influencing the supercar market. So much that Christian von Koenigsegg has even credited the Roadster for pushing his company to create its best vehicle so far. Despite the many accolades due to the Tesla Roadster, during one of the sessions on YouTube’s VINwiki channel earlier in the year, professional driver Emile Bouret after some test rides on the Roadster during the vehicle’s showcasing, mentioned some of the commented on the skepticism that may be surrounding the all-electric supercar.

According to Emile, “I love that I live in a world where all these cars exist. You have Koenigseggs and Paganis and Ferraris and Lamborghinis and McLarens and Porsches and Rimacs and Teslas. So, I know there’s a lot of hate out there, but I just don’t understand it”. He went further to state that “If you’re a car person, wouldn’t you rather root for everybody? Not because I’m working for them — partially, but because I’m working for them. I’m definitely rooting for them because the world will be a better place if that car does get built and it gets on the road because other people are going to build cars to beat it — and we’re going to win.”

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