The world's most popular and most loved electric vehicle manufacturer, Tesla, is bringing back the Tesla Roadster soon on 2021, but according to Elon Musk, the vehicle would do a traditional lap and test drive around Germany's Nürburgring first. The German country and the world's most famous circuit race track will see the all-new Roadster ahead of everyone else.
Tesla CEO and co-Founder, Elon Musk, seemingly gets to revive the hype of 2008's release of the very first all-electric sports car, the Roadster. Back then, the Tesla Roadster did not receive much of the popularity and following it has now. People back then have major disbelief on electric vehicles and doubt its performance.
Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) are more famous back in the early 2000s and were preferred by purists and car enthusiasts. The Tesla Roadster did not receive its rightful recognition and innovation to be the very first all-electric car to don the market.
Now, Tesla is receiving the most significant following and most loyal fanbase in the world. The technology and features found on its vehicles attract customers and critics that give high praises on the company's products and line. Tesla is on the road to be the most prominent car companies in the world with significant investments and stocks to flood the shares.
Elon Musk's Confirmation on Twitter
In a series of Twitter threads and tweets to Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk (@elonmusk), an account named Whole Mars Catalog asked Musk regarding the Terafactory Texas facility and its plans directly. The CEO answered the question and provided insider details about the new plants that will utilize Semi Trucks to carry massive loads.
Among the tweets about the Terafactory Texas, one user inserted an out-of-topic question which the CEO answered deliberately. The question is about the Roadster's appearance on the Nürburgring next year, 2021.
Yes — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 20, 2020
Elon Musk says that the Tesla Roadster would indeed make its appearance on the Nürburgring in 2021, heavily hinting the car's soon to be public launch and availability to all interested parties.
Tesla's Roadster was initially unveiled and teased by Elon Musk in 2017, but the car's production faced several problems which pushed the release on 2020. However, with less than four months remaining in 2020, Tesla's Roadster would probably see early 2021 for its public release.
Tesla Roadster 2020's Performance
The unique take on a sports car with an all-electric and All-Wheel Drive layout, the Tesla Roadster has seen its fair share of love and hate from the public. Tesla and Elon Musk boasts of a better and upgraded performance of the 2020 Roadster, along with the company's latest technology and features.
Tesla Roadster boasts a whopping 0 to 60 miles per hour in 1.9 seconds, just a fraction below two seconds. If Tesla proves this feat, the Tesla Roadster will be the very first production car who will have this ludicrous acceleration speed. This number boasted by Tesla is way below the street-legal prohibitions in the country.
The 1.9-second car will only be the base version of the insane supercar from Tesla. According to Electrek, Tesla would also release a 'SpaceX package' that does not only boast of a SpaceX-special license plate holder but also an improved performance from the new vehicle.
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Written by Isaiah Alonzo