Elon Musk affirmed that the new Tesla Roadster has been postponed to 2022 – a decent two years behind the original schedule.
At the point when first disclosing the next-generation Tesla Roadster in 2017, Musk said that it will come to market in 2020.
Tesla began taking reservations for the noteworthy electric supercar with a 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds and more than 600 miles of reach at the divulging event.
Individuals who needed to be preferred choice to get the vehicle needed to put down somewhere in the range of $50,000 and $250,000 in deposits.
The vehicle program was later deferred as the CEO said that it wasn’t a need for Tesla.
A year ago, Musk hinted to Tesla Roadster being postponed right to 2022 as the automaker focuses on the Cybertruck.
Presently the CEO affirmed that the production of Tesla’s new Roadster won’t begin until one year from now.
That is around two years after the fact than the original timeline, however with a delivery applicant on the road this summer, it could imply that the new Roadster could be coming early in 2022.
With Tesla currently launching the Model Plaid with teasing insane capacity like 0-60 mph in under 2 seconds and a quarter-mile in under 10 seconds, Tesla must push the Roadster to better.
Tesla has just been teasing insane new capacity with something many refer to as the “SpaceX package,” which comprises of a lot of cold air thrusters around the vehicle, and is required to result in far better performance.
While examining how Model S Plaid’s new performance specs play into the new Roadster, Musk said that the Roadster is “part rocket,” likely referring to the SpaceX package.