Elon Musk has a habit of teasing some key features of the next Tesla, as well as other products from one of his companies, through posts on X (formerly Twitter) and answers to questions that users ask him on the social network. This time the performer revealed a very interesting detail Tesla Roadsterproduction of which could begin later this year.

Musk, in part, said in a post on X (Twitter) that “The design goals of the new Tesla Roadster have been radically expanded.” “There will never be such a machine if it can be called a machine,” he emphasized.

The Tesla CEO also said that the Roadster will be a kind of collaboration between Tesla and SpaceX. He also confirmed that the production design will be completed and unveiled later this year. although the car will be shipped next year.

Elon Musk also took the opportunity to answer some user questions about the Tesla Roadster. One of his followers asked him if the roadster could accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in one second. Musk responded by saying that the car It accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in less than a second.. For comparison, the Tesla Model S Plaid accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 1.98 seconds.

Years of work on the Tesla Roadster

Let us remind you that Tesla has been working on the development and production of a new roadster for many years. The company even repeatedly delayed the production of the supercar for various reasons, such as global supply shortages.

In any case, Tesla engineers have been confirming for several months that the development of the Tesla Roadster never completely stopped and even They worked to improve the design of the first prototype.

We are developing the car. I think they know that we have priorities as a company, and the priorities are mass electrification. And the Roadster is not a mass product. (…) We are seriously working on this. And I think the time we’ve put in has allowed us to really improve on all the numbers we set out to set when we debuted. [refiriéndose al Tesla Roadster 2.0] for the first time”.

Franz von Holzhausen, head of design at Tesla.

We’ll have to wait to see if the Roadster finally goes into production at the end of 2024.

Source: Hiper Textual

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